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Remove the valve springs in your shaft-mount rocker cylinder head with this tool. Perfect for heads-on applications, this tool slides onto the shaft and accommodates high pressure springs on Chrysler 383-440 and B1.
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!
Will this work on a sbc dart head with jewel setup?
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