Speedway Flathead Ford Adjustable Lifters
- Quality made-in-U.S.A. lifters
- Set of 16
- Fits '32-'53 Flathead Ford V8
Upgrading your Flathead's valve train is the surest way to maintain performance and keep that old Ford V8 happy on modern fuel. Our adjustable lifters are the preferred way to maintain critical valve train tolerances while avoiding the hassle of grinding your valve seats for clearance. Simply set your valve lash using the adjustable set screw. These lifters will work with stock or performance camshafts, and are made in the USA.
Fits 1932-53 Ford and Mercury Flathead V8s.
- Self locking, adjustable set screw maintains critical valve lash
- Works with stock or performance camshafts
- High quality, precision manufactured
- A must for today's Flathead engines
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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