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COMP Cams Valve Stem Oil Seals LINCOLN

Brand: COMP Cams | Category: Valvetrain

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More Information Year Model SubModel Cylinders Liter Aspiration Eng Desg. Fuel Notes
Click For More Info 1968 - 1968 CONTINENTAL ALL V8 7.0 ALL ALL ALL
Click For More Info 1968 - 1978 CONTINENTAL ALL V8 7.5 ALL ALL ALL
Click For More Info 1977 - 1979 CONTINENTAL ALL V8 6.6 ALL ALL ALL
Click For More Info 1980 - 1980 CONTINENTAL ALL V8 5.8 ALL ALL ALL
Click For More Info 1980 - 1987 CONTINENTAL ALL V8 5.0 ALL ALL ALL
Click For More Info 1968 - 1971 MARK III ALL V8 7.5 ALL ALL ALL
Click For More Info 1972 - 1976 MARK IV ALL V8 7.5 ALL ALL ALL
Click For More Info 1977 - 1978 MARK V ALL V8 7.5 ALL ALL ALL
Click For More Info 1977 - 1979 MARK V ALL V8 6.6 ALL ALL ALL
Click For More Info 1980 - 1980 MARK VI ALL V8 5.8 ALL ALL ALL
Click For More Info 1980 - 1983 MARK VI ALL V8 5.0 ALL ALL ALL
Click For More Info 1982 - 1983 MARK VI ALL V8 5.0 ALL ALL ALL
Click For More Info 1984 - 1992 MARK VII ALL V8 5.0 ALL ALL ALL
Click For More Info 1981 - 1990 TOWN CAR ALL V8 5.0 ALL ALL ALL
Click For More Info 1982 - 1990 TOWN CAR ALL V8 5.0 ALL ALL ALL
Click For More Info 1977 - 1977 VERSAILLES ALL V8 5.8 ALL ALL ALL
Click For More Info 1977 - 1980 VERSAILLES ALL V8 5.0 ALL ALL ALL

Product Description

COMP Cams offers a complete line of valve stem oil seals, from the stock GM o-ring to the positive-stop PTFE seal. These seals are a must to keep unwanted oil from entering the combustion chamber through the clearance in the valve guides. The o-ring seals use the standard retainer and oil splash shield. The umbrella seal is normally used when a larger than-stock diameter spring is used, and in the case of a double spring, the positive-stop PTFE seal is used. Smaller diameter Viton seals are also available for triple spring applications. Both the o-ring and the umbrella seals require no machining, but when using the PTFE seal it is necessary to disassemble the heads and machine the top of the guide with a special cutter, which can also be found on this page.