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- Jun 10, 2007
- Forest City Illinois
- 07 Rocket
Question is.... What should I do now...
I am glad Nev chimed in with his expertise. While you're checking the size of the oil inlet I would use a micrometer for fine precision measurements. Check the diameters of the journals first to insure they are still within the serviceable limits as I pointed to a few posts ago, with the dimensions as they are listed in the book. ( if you want them to end up bigger use a dial caliper ) No sense plasti-gauging stuff if the cams are too small. I found a ported head which has the valves, springs and keepers with cam ladder. I have to see if it has buckets and shims yet as I forgot to ask. No cams though. And the price USD might be too steep for you. I haven't searched fleece me bay yet for anything as I have been working on duct work all day. (sometimes retirement just plain sucks) anyway, $750 bucks plus shipping. I have been looking for engines also just in case it seems better. Sorry I have been no help. And I always use 15w50 except when Carpenter did my last job which has 15W40 but it is getting so close I guarantee it will have 50 weight in her before the end of the month I got 2500 miles on the oil so dumping it is not a big deal.
Back to work as its only 9:45 pm here
Thanks for chiming in @Neville Lush
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