Valve Train Organizers
COMP's valve spring organization tray ensures that you never lose a part during an engine refresh project. With slots for valve springs, locks and valves, our tray ensures that you return your parts to the right position everytime.
Comp Cams Valve Train Organizers are perfect for novice or pro engine builders. Organizer trays, made form durable polymer, are the answer for neatly storing your valve train components while assembling or rebuilding your engine. Trays are labeled front and rear to help keep track of your part location for reassembly. Each tray has built-in handles to make it easy to transfer parts throughout your shop or garage.
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