S/B Chevy Head Stud Remover and Tap Alignment Tool
1955 Chevy, 57-02 Chevy, Dirt Late Model, Modified, Pavement Late Model, Sprint Car, Stock Car
- Allows removal of stock press-in studs
- Aligns 7/16"-14 thread tap to simplify installation of screw in rocker studs
- For Small Block Chevy V8 engines
- Premium steel construction
- Zinc-plated for rust and corrosion prevention
Allows removal of stock press-in studs and aligns the 7/16"-14 thread tap (not included) to simplify the installation of screw in rocker studs.
For S/B Chevy V8 engines.
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