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Proform 67562

Proform Adjustable Pushrod Length Checker

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Adjustable Pushrod Length Checker
  • Universal Application
  • Adjustable: 8.500" - 9.800"
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    Proform 67562 Details

    Universal Pushrod Length Checkers

    Specifications:

    Mockup Rocker Arm Included
    No
    Quantity
    Sold individually
    Maximum Pushrod Length (in.)
    9.8
    Minimum Pushrod Length (in.)
    8.5
    Pushrod End Style
    Ball tip
    Pushrod Material
    Steel
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    67562
    Shipping Weight:
    0.3
    Package Height:
    13
    Package Depth:
    1
    Package Width:
    6

    These Proform Pushrodod Length Checkers help you determine the correct pushrod length for modified engines. Proper pushrod length is absolutely critical for peak performance. This minimizes bent or broken valve stems, guide wear, and energy-wasting valve side-loading friction.

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