When building an engine, two of the most overlooked areas are pushrods and rocker arms. Similar to lifters that develop wear patterns to camshafts, pushrods form wear patterns in their seats. If balls & seats are mismatched, premature failure will result. Thus replacing pushrods and rocker arms is strongly advised when building an engine. Sold each or in sets, pushrods can be used with guide plates.
Bracket Master II Pushrods Performance Replacement Pushrods (LPR) Pro-Series Pushrods Signature Series Pushrods Sportsman Pushrods
Special heat-treated balls are welded to the ends of Bracket Master II Pushrods, making them ideal replacements for worn stock rods.
Made of premium 1010 steel, these affordable heat-treated pushrods provide extra strength and rigidity where needed most.
Made of heat-treated carbon nitrited chrome moly steel, specially-formed one-piece swedged ends give Pro-Series Pushrods their remarkable strength for high spring pressure and high-RPM engines. Anytime valvetrain geometry is changed due to milling heads, small base circle cams, different rocker arm ratios, etc., it becomes necessary to replace stock length pushrods with custom pushrods. Many Lunati Pro-Series Pushrods are offered in the custom lengths you need without the wait or custom cost.
Signature Series Pushrods are made from .080" wall carbonitrided seamless chrome moly tubing, and specifically designed for serious street performance and race applications. The swedged ends add material in the tip, which is vital for maximum strength and durability. These Pushrods are heat treated to eliminate the possibility of stress fractures and then finished with a black oxide treatment, creating the ultimate option for high horsepower and high RPM engines.
Sportsman Pushrods utilize a one-piece .080" wall body that is manufactured from 4130 chrome moly steel for an overall stronger yet lighter pushrod. The chrome moly is heat treated to eliminate flexing, which in turn increases durability under the stress of high-lift camshafts and high-rev valve springs. Lastly, Sportsman Pushrods are black oxide treated to prevent corrosion, making them the perfect fit for street performance and mild race applications.
Bracket Master II Pushrods
Performance Replacement Pushrods (LPR)
Signature Series Pushrods