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Pushrod Length Checker, 8.5-9.8 Inches
Pushrod Length Checker, 8.5-9.8 Inches

Pushrod Length Checker, 8.5-9.8 Inches

Chevy Big Block V8, Ford Small Block V8

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Pushrod Length Checker, 8.5-9.8 Inches
Pushrod Length Checker, 8.5-9.8 Inches
Pushrod Length Checker, 8.5-9.8 Inches
Pushrod Length Checker, 8.5-9.8 Inches
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You always need to find the correct length for your push rods when you build an engine. Having the wrong length changes the geometry of the valve train and decreases horsepower while increasing wear.

  • Adjustable to fit several engines
  • Enables you to arrive at correct pushrod length and correct valve train geometry
  • Minimum length is 8.5" and maximum length is 9.8"
  • Includes two per package (check both intake and exhaust)
  • 5/16" diameter

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B/B Chevy Exhaust
351M-400 & 460 Ford

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