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Big Block Chevy Roller Cam Button, 0.950 Inch Long
Big Block Chevy Roller Cam Button, 0.950 Inch Long

Big Block Chevy Roller Cam Button, 0.950 Inch Long

Chevy Big Block V8, .95" Overall Length, .88" Overall Diameter, .71" Under Head Length, Steel

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Big Block Chevy Roller Cam Button, 0.950 Inch Long
Big Block Chevy Roller Cam Button, 0.950 Inch Long
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MFG. Part #:
99165-1
Overall Length:
.95"
Overall Diameter:
.88"
Under Head Length:
.71"
Diameter:
.70"
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Black Oxide
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GTIN Code:
036584070078
Color:
Black

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Engines without a cam thrust plate must use a cam button spacer when using a roller lifter camshaft to limit lateral movement (cam walk). These horsepower saving needle bearing cam buttons reduce friction and prevent cam walk.

Fits 1965-95 Chevy big block V8 (396-454 c.i.).

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