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I need just ONE ironhead pushrod (I’m guessing all 1000 cc models are the same length). I was shortening my pushrods .35” to work with my mutt motor. Got three done perfectly. Bent the fourth pressing the end back on.

Can anyone spare just one? I’ll buy a set if I have to. I have cash, eternal gratitude, etc. Thanks all.
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I need just ONE ironhead pushrod (I’m guessing all 1000 cc models are the same length). I was shortening my pushrods .35” to work with my mutt motor. Got three done perfectly. Bent the fourth pressing the end back on.

Can anyone spare just one? I’ll buy a set if I have to. I have cash, eternal gratitude, etc. Thanks all.
I'll look in my stuff & see if I have one. Some how i have some 1000 jugs but i have a 900 i ride so anything 1000 dosen't do me much good. Hell I even have a set of screaming eagle 1650 pistons idk lol. I know I have a mess of push rods. What is the length?

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I'll look in my stuff & see if I have one. Some how i have some 1000 jugs but i have a 900 i ride so anything 1000 dosen't do me much good. Hell I even have a set of screaming eagle 1650 pistons idk lol. I know I have a mess of push rods. What is the length?

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Thanks! I don’t have any exactly stock length pushrods left, but my tape measure is close enough. 8 7/8” (after being shortened .35). My tape didn’t seem to notice the difference.
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I should have mentioned - that measurement is ball-end to ball-end (don’t know what they’re really called). Not just the length of the aluminum shaft.
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Well that's works as well because I don't know exactly what I have in the shed.
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I should have mentioned - that measurement is ball-end to ball-end (don’t know what they’re really called). Not just the length of the aluminum shaft.
Np I'll still check the ones i have incase Tim's don't work out for you.

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