Procomp Electronics rocker arm adjusting nuts are high-quality polylocks designed for full roller rocker arms. Made from heat-treated, premium-grade 4140 chromoly steel, these adjusters provide 190,000 psi tensile strength for the utmost in reliability. Precision CNC-machined threads to ensure optimum seat pressure, flush-machined set screws for proper contact on the studs, and, best of all, they don't require any special tools for installation. They're available in various sizes to suit your needs.
Adjusting Nuts for Full Roller Rocker Arms
Speedmaster's high-quality Rocker Arm Adjusting Nuts are designed for use with full roller rocker arms. These durable Rocker Arm Adjusting Nuts provide 190,000 psi tensile strength and are made from heat-treated, premium-grade 4140 Chromoly steel with precise CNC-machined threads for optimum seat pressure. Speedmaster offers these rocker arm adjusting nuts in a variety of sizes to suit your needs.
Could you please tell me if these poly locks are 2 different lengths to fit a big block chevy. Should have 8 of them about 2.0 inches and 8 about 2.5 inches. Thanks
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