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Old 03-06-2009, 12:15 AM   #21
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^^^ Yeah like around the starter area I believe.
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Ok once I get the number how do I figure out the year and how can I find out what year the heads are
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How do I tell what size cam I have? Here are specs cam lift .308 int. Exh.319, valve lift is .493 int exh .510 lobs, CTRs int 107 exh 117 adv. Dur 279 int 289 exh, .050 dur 212 int. 222 exh..... Can anyone help me out with what size it is?
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How do I tell what size cam I have? Here are specs cam lift .308 int. Exh.319, valve lift is .493 int exh .510 lobs, CTRs int 107 exh 117 adv. Dur 279 int 289 exh, .050 dur 212 int. 222 exh..... Can anyone help me out with what size it is?
what more do you need to know?? you have all the specs you need....sounds to me more like a case of you don't understand cam specs??
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