JEGS 555-80670 Master Pushrod Length Checker Kit
- Confirm the correct length pushrod quickly, easily, and accurately
- Measurement range from 7 in. to 14.750 in.
- Includes: (8) adjustable 3/8 in. aluminum pushrods, (2) 5/16 in. cup tips, (2) 3/8 in. cup tips, (2) valve checking springs, and (1) storage cylinder
- Engines with 5/16 in. pushrods using pedestal mount rocker arms will require any guide plates to be removed and that height added to the measurement
How do I know how long my pushrods need to be?
- Use a pushrod length checker kit to determine the correct length. Follow the provided instructions and measure the required length to ensure optimal valve train performance for your engine.
How do you determine pushrod length with hydraulic lifters?
- Utilize a pushrod length checker kit along with hydraulic lifters. Follow the recommended procedure to find the appropriate pushrod length, ensuring proper lifter preload and reliable engine operation.
Does pushrod length affect valve lift?
- Yes, pushrod length plays a crucial role in valve lift. Incorrect lengths can impact the valve's ability to open fully. Use a pushrod measuring tool to achieve precise lengths, optimizing valve lift and overall engine performance.
After set to the correct length, Is it necessary to measure the overall length of the pushrods with a large micrometer or do the pushrods themselves show length through number of turns or markings?
According to the picture, these have a ball end on one side and the option of two different size cup ends on the other side, is this the case?. I need a ball and cup, not ball and ball or cup and cup and want to make sure this is the right tool for the jo
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