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Speedway Valve Spring Height Checker, Short 1.400 Inch-1.800 Inch
Speedway Valve Spring Height Checker, Short 1.400 Inch-1.800 Inch

Speedway Valve Spring Height Checker, Short 1.400 Inch-1.800 Inch

Universal Fit, 1.25" Base Diameter, .76" Inside Diameter, 1.40" Compressed Length, Aluminum

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Speedway Valve Spring Height Checker, Short 1.400 Inch-1.800 Inch
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Base Diameter:
1.25"
Inside Diameter:
.76"
Compressed Length:
1.40"
Extended Length:
1.80"
Material Type:
Aluminum
Finish:
Anodized
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Each
MFG. Part #:
91081125

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Precise measuring device for checking the installed height of valve springs. Sets up just like a valve spring and reads like a simple micrometer. Far more accurate than snap gauge and dial calipers. Comes in two different height ranges. Base has 1.230 O.D.

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