[Found!] MP P4529556 Pushrods

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  1. xLURKxDOGx

    xLURKxDOGx "An angel fat, at satan's feast"

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    Looking for new/used set. This is for T/A 7.24 adjustable/hydraulic.

    Thanks,
    Jake
     
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    pishta I know I'm right....

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    What the part, pushrods?
     
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    xLURKxDOGx "An angel fat, at satan's feast"

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    Yes. Guess I should have put that.

    Jake
     
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    Oldmanmopar Going left turning right FABO Gold Member

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    Smith Bros. Push rods. They will make you what ever you need. I had to have a set made for my motor. I went to Ball & Ball ends non oil instead of a straight hollow with oiling. They were the only company that new my problem with and made what I needed.

    I use cup adjusters and the adjuster was hitting the side of the push rod. The ball end eliminated this problem. The motor was used for 6 years but because of the black anodized coating you could see they were hitting. This caused the push rod to gull. They were also oil through and we put non oil.

    Check out the angles of these push rod. Just think of the flex with these heavy springs. We use an oil through stud which is indexed so we can oil through the rockers shafts instead of sprayers. Critical for rocker oiling if you use studs. Information is always good to have

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