Small Block Chevy Stainless Steel Roller Rocker Arms, 1.5:1, 3/8 Stud
Chevy Small Block V8, Roller Rocker Arm Style, 1.5 Rocker Arm Ratio, 0.375" Stud Size
- Built of 15-5PH material for superior strength
- Have more needle bearings to increase strength while reducing friction
- Built to clear 1.55" valve springs and includes polylocks
These small block Chevy stainless steel roller rockers are built of 15-5PH material which gives you superior strength over other stainless rockers. They have more needle bearings which increases strength while reducing friction. Built to clear 1.55" valve springs.
- Designed for higher open valve spring pressures
- Strong 15-5PH stainless steel
- Specially cast and machined for larger valve springs and retainers
- Light weight with integral pushrod seat
- Oversize trunions and full roller precision needle and cage bearings
- More needle bearings for increased performance and rocker life
- CNC machined pushrod cups and heat-treated Cr40 roller tips
- Internal oiling system for long lasting performance
- H.D. Polylocks included
- 265 V8 1955-1957
- 267 V8 1979-1982
- 283 V8 1957-1967
- 302 V8 1967-1968
- 305 V8 1976-1986
- 307 V8 1968-1973
- 327 V8 1962-1969
- 350 V8 1967-1986
- 400 V8 1970-1980
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