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Speedway Screw-In Rocker Arm Studs, 3/8 Inch
Speedway Screw-In Rocker Arm Studs, 3/8 Inch

Speedway Screw-In Rocker Arm Studs, 3/8 Inch

Universal Fit, 2.32" Overall Length, Chromoly, 3/8"-24 Thread Pitch, 7/16"-14 Thread Pitch (2)

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  • 3/8" Chromoly steel, black oxide finish
  • Thread length .85" (bottom) .80" (top)
  • For use without guide plates
  • Simply tap boss 7/16"-14 and screw in the studs
  • Complete set of 16 studs

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MFG. Part #:
577RM348
Overall Length:
2.32"
Material Type:
Chromoly
Thread Pitch:
3/8"-24
Thread Pitch (2):
7/16"-14
Finish:
Black Oxide
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Set
Notes:
Thread Length: .85" (bottom), .80" (to)
Color:
Black

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3/8" Chromoly steel. For use without guide plates. Simply tap boss 7/16"-14 and screw in the studs.

Complete set of 16 studs.

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