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COMP Cams 205 Camshaft Button Spacer, Nylon, Big Block Chevy, Each
COMP Cams 205 Camshaft Button Spacer, Nylon, Big Block Chevy, Each

COMP Cams 205 Camshaft Button Spacer, Nylon, Big Block Chevy, Each

396 Chevy Big Block V8, 402 Chevy Big Block V8, 427 Chevy Big Block V8, 454 Chevy Big Block V8

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COMP Cams 205 Camshaft Button Spacer, Nylon, Big Block Chevy, Each
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COMP Cams Nylon Thrust Button for Big Block Chevrolet.

Roller cam lobes are ground flat rather than tapered like a flat tappet cam; it is necessary to provide some means of holding the cam back to the rear of the engine. The thrust button rides between the front of the timing gear and the back of the front cover and can be shimmed for proper end play of the cam. COMP Cams has both the solid nylon button and the roller thrust bearing available for the ultimate in performance.

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1966-90 Chevy 396-454
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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