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COMP Cams Pushrod Ends 5/16" Ball w/210° Radius for 3/8" Shaft

249-TT3CL-16


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COMP Cams TT3CL-16
$39.99
Pushrod Ends
  • 5/16" Ball w/210° Radius for 3/8" Shaft
  • 16/pkg
  • Ships directly from the manufacturer
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    It says these ends fit a 3/8th pushrod...does not say what wall thickness they are made for. Will these fit a 3/8x.080 wall pushrod?

    Asked by: ClaytonG
    These pushrod ends are designed for .080" wall pushrods.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2017-09-05
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