How To Measure Pushrods - The Long & Short Of It

How To Measure For Correct-Length Pushrods

John Kiewicz Apr 27, 2007 0 Comment(s)
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The most common reasons for using a pushrod that is longer or shorter than stock are: a decked cylinder block or heads, thicker/thinner head gaskets, small base-circle camshafts, aftermarket rocker arms, longer-length valves, valve jobs with varying seat depth, non-stock lifter designs and/or seat height, and converting to an adjustable valvetrain. These variables inevitably alter pushrod length; however, following these easy steps will help prevent improper geo-metry and ensure your engine's longevity.

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