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    I'm looking at the endurance push rod. They are 3/8 with.120 wall one piece. Any pro or con? Thanks

    Tim

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    Smith brothers and never look back!!!
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    I used a set awhile back. Also bought some for one of my motors. Have not run mine yet. The other probably has 50 hours and a lot of 6k rpm runs. Holding up so far. Like to hear of any problems for sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cstraub View Post
    Smith brothers and never look back!!!
    I left a rocker loose once and spit the pushrod out and bent it. Called Smith Bros for a replacement and they almost didnt believe I bent one. LOL Said I must have been trying real hard to bend that thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by River Rat 005 View Post
    I'm looking at the endurance push rod. They are 3/8 with.120 wall one piece. Any pro or con? Thanks

    Tim
    Manley make the same .080 and.120 in 5/16 and 3/8 and .165 wall in 7/16

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    I recently got 3/8 .135 wall pushrods from Trend. Good pricing, and lightning fast shipping.

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    Well.....I was going to replace my push rods, so I thought I would up grade at the same time. I decided to take Moneypit and Jocko advice from another thread that was, stop reading and over thinking things. So, I had Comp Cams .080 wall in it that only broke one intake in 10 years. I looked on Comps web site and found they have .135 wall. I got those at .100 longer than I had. Got a good deal on them. Thanks to all who responded.

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