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    Question rocker arm question?

    wondering what rockers these are... they are comp cams but not on their web site, I think cause they are older......they are rollers and they feel like steel maybe someone knows... in the picture of the head with them on it is there anything that goes under neath them when they are adjusted also the nuts seem wrong but are all the same so do I need to buy the poly locks (I think thats what their called). any info is great guys!!


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    they're Comp Cams roller tipped rockers-

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    Is it just the pic ore is that one really that blue?
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    Quote Originally Posted by devanwon View Post
    wondering what rockers these are... they are comp cams but not on their web site, I think cause they are older......they are rollers and they feel like steel maybe someone knows... in the picture of the head with them on it is there anything that goes under neath them when they are adjusted also the nuts seem wrong but are all the same so do I need to buy the poly locks (I think thats what their called). any info is great guys!!


    I would not run those nuts like that...

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    never mind,,, no push rods...

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    you did know about them....... right???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sold honda.bought hondo View Post
    Is it just the pic ore is that one really that blue?
    just the picture
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    I installed those several years back on my Corvette...seemed like a well made part and are working great.
    But true > when adjusted properly the stud is in the nut all the way.
    Oh, and they came with new rocker balls that had heavy grooves for oiling.
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