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Old 02-01-2013, 05:39 PM   #1
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I bought some push rods from a guy on here and he said they were tsp and had a pic that said tsp on the push rods but when I got them I checked them and tsp wasnt on them all it said was MT7400x5/16-080
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Okay, is there a question in there?
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Can you tell me if they are hardened so can use them with my cam?
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I don't know what the MT stands for, but the rest means 7.400, 5/16 diameter, .080 wall. They are good pushrods.
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I can upload a pic if it will help
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Unless running guide plate, you don't need hardened pushrods. Stock rockers don't use guide plates.
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