Valve Spring Compressor, Stud Mount
Change valve springs with the head(s) on the engine. The 10.500 in. long handle provides leverage to compress almost any spring. Works on Chevrolet, Ford, Pontiac or any other engine with a stud-mounted rocker system. Use with JEGS air hold adapter 555-80522.
JEGS 555-80518 Stud Mount Valve Spring Compressor Features:
- Compresses valve springs without removing the head
- Allows access for service to most valve train components
- For GM 8-cylinder engines and others with 3/8 in. or 1/2 in. stud-type rocker arms
JEGS 555-80518 Stud Mount Valve Spring Compressor Note:
- Will not work on GM LS engines. We also offer specific JEGS GM LS Engine valve spring compressors CLICK HERE
Cylinder Head Assembly Tools for A Successful Engine Build
Building an engine can be costly without the proper tools to do the job. JEGS valve spring compressors are an essential tool for disassembling and reassembling a cylinder head. These are one of the many tools required for a successful engine build. Whether you're building a street performance engine, performing a classic car restoration, or getting your dragster ready for the race track, our selection of valve spring compressors will take you to the finish line. We also offer specific JEGS GM LS Engine valve spring compressors CLICK HERE
Will this work on a small block Mopar 360 with factory heads?
Will this work on an LS style head?
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