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Classic Austin Mini Rocker Spacer Kit With Spacers And Shims

Classic Austin Mini Rocker Spacer Kit With Spacers And Shims

Classic Austin Mini Rocker Spacer Kit With Spacers And Shims
Part No: C-AEG392
SALE Price $25.48
List: $28.95 You save: $3.47
Discounts Do Not Apply
Fits the following:
Classic Mini
Sprite & MG Midget
Morris Minor
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Classic Austin Mini Spring Rocker Spacer
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New re-designed spacer kit for correcting rocker alignment. This kit has been produced to help rocker pad and valve stem alignment plus reducing friction. The standard springs can be replaced with this special kit of 3 spacers (2 small and one large) plus a correct amount of shims. The shims (AEG168/9) are also available separately. This new, far superior kit, replaced the old 3 spacer type which could never give accurate alignment owing to the variations in A series cylinder heads. Designed for any of our roller tip rockers,forged hi-lift rockers and forged standard cooper S rockers on A series, Also fits the Sprite , MG Midget , and Morris Minor.
I Purchased a set of high lift 1.5 forged rockers, brand MiniSpares. Will the spacer kit work with this set of rockers?
These spacers are also made by MiniSpares and thus will be sure to fit.  

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