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GM Production Line LSX Engine Lift Hooks
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GM Production Line LSX Engine Lift Hooks

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Description OEM Part - Original Equipment Manufacturer Fitment Notice
 
GM Production line LSX engine lift hooks, lift plates. The color of the hooks will vary and not necessarily match each other in color.
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All Gen3, Gen4 GM LSX Engines. LS1, LS2, LS3, LS6, LS7, L99, L92, LSA, LS9

Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review »

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Hooks that clear intake manifold October 16, 2018
Reviewer: Louis Dentley from Memphis, TN United States  
These hooks can be used without removing the valve covers and intake manifold. They are very strong and don't flex. Just what is needed for lifting  show engines.

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You need these! August 24, 2018
Reviewer: Alex C from Las Vegas  
Wow just when I thought could these ever be available to the public. These are a must, made for LS engines and designed to perfection for picking and moving your engine without obstruction or instability. Fabricating one is a waste of money, buying hooks from fab shops still don't cut it, valley cover hooks takes time and not that stable providing single lift point. Go with these GM factory lift hooks, trust me you will be glad you did.  I am very happy to find these for the money spent- 100% worth it.

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LS lift hooks February 19, 2018
Reviewer: Steven Lobel from Canton, GA United States  
I made simple brackets to mount on my new LS.  Cutting, drilling, measuring, etc.  2 hours.  Wasted.  I bought these factory lift hooks and they bolt right up and are super beefy.  Don't waste your time with anything else.  These are the real deal.

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