Valve Lock Tool
The Pro Valve Lock Removal and Installation tool for 3/8" locks allows you to both install and remove valve locks safely. Thanks to the magnetic stem, you can use our tool for any spring projects without risking your fingers.
Don't risk your fingers when removing or installing valve locks anymore. Comp Cams new magnetic tool is definitely the best way to perform this delicate task. Several styles are available to cover most automotive applications.
To Install Locks: Compress valve spring, place valve locks on magnetic stem, push body of tool over the locks and position them on the valve stem, released valve spring. To Remove Locks: Use the magnetic stem to pluck off the valve locks once the spring is compressed.
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