Over time, pushrods form wear patterns in their seats and should be replaced when building an engine. Lunati offers a variety of affordable, premium-quality replacement pushrods that are manufactured from durable materials to keep your valvetrain running smoothly.
Bracket Master II Pushrods
An ideal replacement pushrod with heat-treated balls welded to the rod ends for proper fitment.
Performance Replacement Pushrods (LPR)
Made from heat-treated 1010 steel, these affordable pushrods deliver extra strength and rigidity when compared to stock rods.
Designed for high spring pressure and high-RPM engines, Pro-Series Pushrods are available in stock and custom lengths. Made from heat-treated carbon nitrated chrome moly steel construction with specially-formed, one-piece swedged ends.
Signature Series Pushrods
Engineered for use in high horsepower, high RPM street performance, and race engines. Signature Series Pushrods are made from heat-treated .080 in. wall carbonitrided seamless chrome moly tubing with swedged tip ends for extreme strength and durability. Black oxide finish.
Designed for use in street performance and mild race applications. With a one-piece .080 in. wall body, Sportsman Pushrods are made from heat-treated 4130 chrome moly steel with a black oxide finish. These lightweight, durable pushrods will not flex while under high-lift camshaft and high-rev valve spring stress.
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