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Small Block Chevy Steel Guide Plates, 5/16 Pushrods
Small Block Chevy Steel Guide Plates, 5/16 Pushrods

Small Block Chevy Steel Guide Plates, 5/16 Pushrods

Chevy Small Block V8

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Small Block Chevy Steel Guide Plates, 5/16 Pushrods
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  • Guiding area grips push rods at highest point
  • Provides stability and strength
  • 5/16" push rod size
  • Set of 8

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Raised guiding area grips pushrods at highest point for stability and strength. Fits stock diameter 5/16" pushrods. Set of 8.

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