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COMP Cams 4929

COMP Cams Valve Spring Micrometer 1.600" to 2.200" Height Range

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$104.99
COMP Cams Valve Spring Micrometer 1.600" to 2.200" Height Range $104.99
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Valve Spring Micrometer
  • 1.600'' to 2.200'' Height Range
  • COMP Cams 4929 Details

    Valve Spring Micrometers

  • Quick And Easy
  • Most Accurate Way To Measure Installed Height
  • Read Like A Micrometer
  • Accurate To .001 in.
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty

  • Specifications:

    Maximum Valve Spring Retainer Diameter (in.)
    1.5
    Micrometer Finish
    Black
    Micrometer Increments (in.)
    0.005
    Micrometer Material
    Aluminum
    Micrometer Range (in.)
    1.600-2.200
    Quantity
    Sold individually
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    4929

    This is by far the quickest, easiest, and most accurate way to measure valve spring installed height. Comp Cams Height Micrometers install just like a valve spring, and then the tool is expanded until it has fully seated the valve, locks, and retainer. This simulated installation is what allows ultra precise readings. The tool is then read like a micrometer and is accurate to .001”.

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