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COMP Cams 5321

COMP Cams Shaft Mount Valve Spring Compressor Chevy Small Block & 90° V6 Tool

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$156.99
COMP Cams Shaft Mount Valve Spring Compressor Chevy Small Block & 90° V6 Tool $156.99
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Shaft Mount Valve Spring Compressor
  • Chevy Small Block & 90° V6 Tool
  • COMP Cams 5321 Details

    Chevy

  • Heavy-Duty
  • Designed To Facilitate Valve Spring Removal
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty

  • Specifications:

    Quantity
    Sold individually
    Valve Spring Compressor Finish
    Zinc plated
    Valve Spring Compressor Material
    Steel
    Valve Spring Compressor Usage
    Cylinder head on
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    5321

    Comp Cams Shaft Mount Valve Spring Compressor turns a tuff job easy. Simply bolt the tool shaft in place of the rocker shaft, place tool feet over retainer, slide on the handle and pull down to compress the spring. Remove the valve locks, flip the tool out of the way and remove the spring! It's that easy!

    Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws / regulations

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