Individual Length Checkers
Valvetrain geometry is extremely critical on high-performance engines, but getting it right has never been easier with these length checker pushrods.
The Master Kit (#555-80670) includes eight adjustable 3/8" aluminum pushrods with 5/16" ball tips (lengths listed below), two valve checking springs, two 5/16" cup tips, two 3/8" cup tips, and storage cylinder. The rods fit virtually every engine and are a must-have tool for engine builders. Individual pushrods and replacement tips are also sold separately.
Note: Intended for checking length only. Not for use in a running engine!
Note: Pedestal mount rocker arm engines with 5/16" pushrods will require any guide plates to be removed and that height added to the measurement.
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