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Fits: 2004 Pontiac GTO, 99-02 Chevrolet Camaro SS, • 99-02 Pontiac Firebird Formula, • 99-02 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am, 99-04 Chevrolet Corvette, Camaro Z28 ...

PART# 6826G

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Fits: Big Block Chevy

PART# 5322

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Fits: 1958 Chevrolet Del Ray, • 1967 GMC Suburban, 1977 Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser, 1977 Oldsmobile Delta 88, Royale, 1978 Buick LeSabre, • 1980 Oldsmobile C ...

PART# 179

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Fits: • 1968 Chevrolet Chevy II Nova, 1972 Chevrolet Brookwood, • 1973 Chevrolet Blazer, • 1990 Chevrolet C1500 Pickup, • 1990 Chevrolet V2500 Suburban, 300 ...

PART# 5854G

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Fits: 64-66 Chevelle

PART# GMK4030930642P

Retail: $150.95
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Fits: 1958 Chevrolet Del Ray, • 1967 GMC Suburban, 1977 Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser, 1977 Oldsmobile Delta 88, Royale, • 1977 Pontiac Ventura, SJ, 1978 Buick ...

PART# 171

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Fits: Small Block Chevy

PART# 5210

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Fits: Small Block Chevy Center Bolt

PART# 5428

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Fits: Small Block Chevy

PART# 400

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Fits: Small Block Chevy

PART# 4990

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Fits: Small Block Chevy Race

PART# 533

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Fits: Big Block Chevy

PART# 420

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At Andy's Auto Sport, we have a huge variety of Chevrolet valve covers to ensure that you have every valve cover option available to you. We go out of our way to carry every major line of Chevrolet valve covers, so that whether you are looking for a custom Chevrolet valve cover or a chrome valve cover or anything in between, we've got it for you. Andy's Auto Sport is the ultimate shopping destination for your Chevrolet valve cover needs!

If you're installing a valvetrain that's larger than stock, you'll need to pick up a set of tall aftermarket valve covers to keep a lid on things. Keep in mind that you might need to stick with a set of low-profile valve covers to keep clear of alternator and/or air-conditioning brackets on a street vehicle, and be sure to get valve covers with PCV, oil filler, and/or breather holes should you need them. Note that you should always run a PCV valve and breather, but some enthusiasts prefer to run them on the side or rear of the valve covers instead of on the top for a cleaner look.
Many car nuts install custom valve covers to simply dress up their engine compartments, and while that's a completely valid and worthwhile reason, there are other benefits to swapping them out. Aluminum valve covers can cost a premium when compared to steel valve covers, but they are thicker and more rigid and therefore typically maintain a tighter seal. Aluminum covers also dissipate heat better and helps reduce valve noise due to their thicker construction. That being said, stamped steel valve covers are usually trouble-free and a very popular choice for hot rodders - after all, most factory valve covers have traditionally been stamped steel.
Q: What are valve covers? Why buy them?
A: Valve covers are the pieces that cover the valves in your engine. They are a popular thing to customize because they are very visible in most cars when you open the hood, and you can completely change the look of your engine by simply changing out the valve covers. They are extremely easy to install in most if not all cases, as they are normally sitting right at the top of the engine bay and are unfastened from the engine block with simply hand tools.

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