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Clay Smith Cams Big Block Chevy Street Series Hydraulic Roller Lifters
Clay Smith Cams Big Block Chevy Street Series Hydraulic Roller Lifters

Clay Smith Cams Big Block Chevy Street Series Hydraulic Roller Lifters

Chevy Big Block V8, Hydraulic Roller Lifter Type

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Clay Smith Cams Street series lifters are for the true American Hot Rodder wanting to update their vintage muscle.  These lifters have been designed to be used with all of CSC's American Muscle cam profiles and most of the Legendary Series.  These lifters feature fully machined bodies to insure proper fit.  They feature a .700” wheel for OEM cam profiles and smaller aftermarket profiles.  All lifters are tie bar style and will work in both OEM and aftermarket blocks without machining.  Pushrod seat height has been kept at OEM height so that pushrods can be reused.
  • Fully machined bodies to ensure a proper fit
  • .700" Wheel for OEM cam profiles
  • Tie bar style will work in both OEM and aftermarket blocks with no machining
  • Pushrod seat height is kept to OEM height so stock roller pushrods can be used
  • Rated to 6000 RPM

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