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Manley Small Block Chevy Pushrods, 4130 Chromoly, Stock 7.800 In Long
Manley Small Block Chevy Pushrods, 4130 Chromoly, Stock 7.800 In Long

Manley Small Block Chevy Pushrods, 4130 Chromoly, Stock 7.800 In Long

Chevy Small Block V8, 0.3125" Tube O.D., 7.794" Overall Length

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Manley Small Block Chevy Pushrods, 4130 Chromoly, Stock 7.800 In Long
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Manley Small Block Chevy Pushrods, 4130 Chromoly, Stock 7.800 In Long
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  • They are stock 7.794" long and are heat treated
  • Made specifically for the small block Chevy engine
  • These one-piece 4130 chromoly pushrods are rated to 128,000 psi
  • They feature a swedged end, .080" wall, 5/16" diameter and come in a black oxide finish
  • Recommended for hydraulic or solid flat tappet cam engines with less than 400 lbs. open spring pressure and under 7500 rpm

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Tube O.D.:
0.3125"
Overall Length:
7.794"

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These small block Chevy Manley one-piece 4130 chromoly pushrods for high performance Chevy engines are rated to 128,000 psi. These pushrods feature a swedged end, .080" wall, 5/16" diameter and come in a black oxide finish.  They are recommended for hydraulic or solid flat tappet cam engines with less than 400 lbs. open spring pressure and under 7500 rpm.

  • Stock 7.794" Long
  • Small Block Chevy
  • .080" wall
  • 5/16" diameter swedged ends
  • 4130 Chromoly
  • Heat treated
  • For use with guideplates
  • Oiling ball tip style
  • Black oxide finish  
  • For hydraulic or solid flat tappet cam engines with less than 400 lbs. open spring pressure and under 7500 rpm
  • Set of 16

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Selecting correct push rod length is vital in obtaining the proper geometry for valve train. The rocker should ride in the center of valve stem so it does not come off of stem as cam opens and closes. Push rod length will raise or lower rocker moving where it sits on valve stem. Camshaft, lifters, rockers and valves all play a part in determining what length of push rod is required. We offer a couple of tools to help check this length. Part number 50542137 and 28799720 will help with finding correct push rod length.

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  • What happens when you advance or retard a camshaft? In this tech article, we explain the pros and cons of installing your cam straight up, advancing or retarding.
  • Learn the basics to engine performance like; how does a cam work? What is Valve lift, duration, lobe separation angle, and cam profiles? Afterwords selecting the right camshaft will be less of a guessing game!
  • Once you're ready to start selecting valve train components, we have some useful tips and tools that should boost your performance. We discuss proper valve-springs, pushrod length, and rocker arm ratios.
  • Learn how to re-build a junkyard Small Block Chevy. A step-by-step guide on how to select a SBC, machine the valve guide bosses down, and what parts to use to upgrade to your personal liking.
  • A guide on how to check piston to valve clearance to prevent interference. See what tools are used to make this process easier.
  • Rebuilding an engine? Stay organized by using a valvetrain rocker arm organizer tray while disassembling the valvetrain components. Learn some tips on why you shouldn't mix up lifters if you intend on using them again.
  • To get the longest life and most performance out of your engine, it's important to have the valve lash set correctly. Here we show you how to set valve lash on a small block Chevy using a hydraulic lift camshaft.

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