Check out our answers to the most frequently asked questions about our valve covers. Didn't find the answer you're looking for? Send us a message and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.
Are you the same Ansen Valve Covers that sells on eBay?
Yes, we also sell on our eBay Store. A lot of the products (and prices) are the same. We'd love for you to buy from our website, however, you're more than welcome to purchase through eBay as well.
For our international customers, we ship via eBay's Global Shipping Program. Check the link for more details.
We also sell prototypes, display models, blems, and other products not typically listed on our website so be sure to check out our eBay Store... you might find a bargain!
Can you guarantee your valve covers will fit my application?
We can't say for certain because different brands have different heights, other parts may affect the clearance, etc. The measurements we provide are approximate so it may vary within 1/16" or so.
From past experience, it never fails that regardless of how many measurements are taken, something always comes up that's unforeseen. We do our best to give you all the information needed to make a decision. Ultimately, it's up to you to make the final decision.
We provide a no hassle refund policy. Buyer is responsible for cost of return shipment. Product must be unused and undamaged for full credit to be applied.
What valve covers do you sell?
We sell Chevrolet, Ford, and Pontiac valve covers. For a complete list, check out our About page for more details.
Do you sell Ford Big Block valve covers?
Yes we do! We carry the OEM Black set as well as a billet topped style- both are customizable!
Do you sell gaskets, mounting bolts, and other accessories for your valve covers?
We do not sell these parts but there are many other vendors that can supply them.
Can you engrave my valve covers if I send them to you?
We only engrave our own products. Our laser machine may produce errors at times and we can't replace your item (especially if it's one of a kind) should an error occur.
What's the best way to remove oil/grease stains from your valve covers?
We recommend a mild grease cutting detergent or dishwashing soap with water. Use a soft bristle toothbrush to remove the stain and wipe clean with a microfiber towel. If done as regular maintenance, the powder coating finish should be fine.