Valve Spring Micrometers
JEGS 80535 Valve Spring Micrometer is manufactured from chrome-plated steel. This tool is a must-have when replacing your valve springs and setting spring height to match cam manufacture specifications. It is accurate and easy to use, like a standard micrometer.
JEGS 80535 Valve Spring Micrometer Features:
- The best and most accurate way to measure valve spring installed height
- upper and lower serrated grip locations for easy adjusting
- Accurate readings to .001 in. to prevent coil bind
- Reads in 0.005-in. increments
- Inner Bore Diameter: 1.210 in. I.D. x .150 in. depth
- Maximum Valve Retainer Diameter: 1.500 in. O.D.
Can this tool be used for LS style "beehive" springs?
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