Powerstroke Push Rod Stage 1
If you are replacing head gaskets or rebuilding your 6.0L Power Stroke or 6.4L Power Stroke, you might find wear marks or grooves worn into your original pushrods. This is caused by pushrod to head gasket contact. It is best to replace all of them as these wear marks create a weak spot which could cause major problems later.
With higher boost pressure, rpm and backpressure the factory pushrods can flex and cause valvetrain fatigue, leading to failure in the valvetrain. Upgraded pushrods are one of the cheapest parts to add reliability to your engine
Upgrade to a set of Discrete Diesel chromoly pushrods for longer life, better strength and updated length.
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