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COMP Cams 47608 Camshaft Degree Bushing Kit, Set of 5
COMP Cams 47608 Camshaft Degree Bushing Kit, Set of 5

COMP Cams 47608 Camshaft Degree Bushing Kit, Set of 5

Chevy Small Block V8, Chrysler Big Block V8, Chevy Big Block V8, Chrysler Hemi V8

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COMP Cams 47608 Camshaft Degree Bushing Kit, Set of 5
COMP Cams 47608 Camshaft Degree Bushing Kit, Set of 5
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8 Degree, Set of 5


47608 - Degree CAM Bushings, 8 Degree (Set of 5 PCS).

Using these offset bushings from COMP Cams is the simplest way to change the degree of a Camshaft in relation to the crankshaft. These bushings offer accurate positioning of the cam because of their precise manufacturing. They come in packs of five and require a 13/32 in. drill bit.


1963-71 Plymouth 426
1959-78 Chrysler 361-440
1955-2004 Chevy 265-454
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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