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Description: any length X .116 X 5/16 Chromemoly Custom Pushrods (Each/Single) Enter desired length in .000" or .050" Increments Ex. 9.400", 9.450", 9.500"
Item #: SBR-5116-
Condition: New
Price: $14.95

Description: any length X .116 X 5/16 Chromemoly Custom Pushrods (Set/16) Enter desired length in .000" or .050" Increments Ex. 9.400", 9.450", 9.500"
Item #: SBR-5116-
Condition: New
Price: $138.95

Description: 3/8 x .145" Wall Thickness, 3-Piece Chromemoly Pushrods (Each) Enter desired length
Item #: SBR-NH314B-BB-1
Condition: New
Price: $23.95

Description: 3/8 x .145" Wall Thickness, 3-Piece Chromemoly Pushrods (Set/16) Enter desired length
Item #: SBR-NH314B-BB-16
Condition: New
Price: $289.95

Description: 3/8" x .120" Wall Thickness, 3 Piece Chromemoly Pushrods (Each/Single) Enter desired length
Item #: SBR-NH312B-BB-1
Condition: New
Price: $24.95

Description: 3/8" x .120" Wall Thickness, 3 Piece Chromemoly Pushrods (Set/16) Enter desired length
Item #: SBR-NH312B-BB-16
Condition: New
Price: $259.95

Description: 7/16 X .165 Wall Thickness, 3-Piece Dual Taper Chromemoly Pushrods (Each/Single) Enter desired length Cannot be used with Guide Plates
Item #: SBR-TH716DB-BB-1
Condition: New
Price: $32.95

Description: 7/16 X .165 Wall Thickness, 3-Piece Dual Taper Chromemoly Pushrods (Set) Enter desired length Cannot be used with Guide Plates
Item #: SBR-TH716DB-BB-16
Condition: New
Price: $469.95

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To check length we recommend a pushrod checking tool. Once fixed, you don't need to have an expensive gauge or a pair of calipers to measure it. You just need a pushrod of a known length to compare it to (a standard). Then use a pair of common 6" calipers to measure the difference between the standard and yours. Here are a few final hints about pushrods in general. It is always a good idea to buy a few spares when purchasing a set of custom length pushrods, and stick them in your toolbox. If one ever fails at the track and you need a replacement, it would be nearly impossible to borrow one from a fellow racer.