Pro Series Small Block Chevy Aluminum Rocker Arms
Chevy Small Block V8, Roller Tip Rocker Arm Style, 1.5 & 1.6 Rock Arm Ratio, Aluminum, Anodized
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PRW Pro Series Aluminum Rocker Arms are used around the world by professional racers, engine builders and hot rod enthusiasts, offering outstanding power and performance advantages for street, strip, and track applications. Made from high strength 6061-T6 aluminum extrusions, each piece is precision CNC machined and finished by hand to ensure that out customers receive the very best PRW has to offer. PRW stud mount aluminum rockers are specially machined to allow for larger springs and retainers with full-cage friction reducing bearings for added durability. The nose rollers and shafts are Cr40 steel, heat-treated and hardened to minimize wear that naturally occurs between the roller tip and the valve stem.
- Rated at 750 lbs. open spring pressure
- Includes rocker pivot balls and PRW ROCKERLOCS™
- Internal Oiling system for long lasting performance
- Available for self-aligning applications and in split sets
- Wide assortment of ratios to suit almost any cam profile
- Features full complement friction reducing needle bearings
- Engine Applications:
- Model: Chevrolet 262-400
- Years: 1955-86
- 1.5/1.6 X 7/16" Stud Mount
- Set of 16
***Guide Plates Required
Item DetailsS/B Chevy - 1.5/1.6 X 7/16" Stud Mount
Set of 16
Guide Plates Required
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