These 5/16 in. pushrod checkers are adjustable and feature over 1 in. of travel to help you determine the proper pushrod length for your application. A must-have tool for setting up proper valvetrain geometry, they're made from thin-wall steel and have 5/16 in. ball ends. Adjustable From 6.125" To 7.5" Sold As Each
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