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Manley Performance 25234-1 Swedged End Chromoly Pushrods, 5/16 In
Manley Performance 25234-1 Swedged End Chromoly Pushrods, 5/16 In

Manley Performance 25234-1 Swedged End Chromoly Pushrods, 5/16 In

Chevy Small Block V8, .31" Tube O.D., .12" Wall Thickness, 7.75" Overall Length, Chromoly

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Manley Performance 25234-1 Swedged End Chromoly Pushrods, 5/16 In
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Manley Performance 25234-1 Swedged End Chromoly Pushrods, 5/16 In
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GTIN Code:
807298000060
MFG. Part #:
25234-1
Tube O.D.:
.31"
Wall Thickness:
.12"
Overall Length:
7.75"
Material Type:
Chromoly
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These one-piece chromoly pushrods are designed to be used with higher spring pressures and high-performance engines. Hardened and ground for use with guide plates. 5/16" diameter, 7.750" long.

  • 4130 Chromoly 5/16" push rod
  • .120" wall
  • 7.750" long
  • Meticulously formed ends with exact radii
  • Excellent concentricity, closely controlled length
  • Heat treated and black-oxide finished

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Small Block Chevy 5/16" .120 Wall 7.750

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