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Old 11-13-2005
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Found this today: have regrind cams available...

The stock cams provide about 185 degrees intake duration @ .050, 193 degrees exhaust duration @ .050, .472 valve lift with 116 degree lobe separation. We have regrinds available now that look like this: intake duration 211 degrees @ .050, exhaust duration 211 degrees @ .050 lift, intake valve lift .500, exhaust valve lift .500, lobe separation 112 degrees.

550.00 a set with a 125.00 core

Also found that they are selling head studs for 375.00 and selling Fordged Wiseco pistons for 725.00 including rings and lightweight wrist pins.

What do you guys thing about the camshaft regrinds

2002 Ranger Edge 4X4 SC 4:10 Rear Locker 4.0L SOHC 3in Body Lift and a bunch of lights....

1992 Jeep YJ

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I am: Gilberto Garbiso
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I think that its too much of a B to pull the whole engine out, retune, and all the other ordeals to install the cams to be worth it...
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Old 11-13-2005
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I'd put in a different cam when i rebuild my motor.......

not for a long *** time..
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Old 11-13-2005
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i just looked it up and it only pays 6.7 hrs to R&R both cams.. says nothing about pullin the motor... yet when you look up to replace the RH T-Chain it says to R&R the motor.. im thinkin there is a way to cheat when you are just changin the cams.. but i guess knowone will know till some1 does it
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Old 11-14-2005
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It's VERT tight getting to the chain and tensioner on the back of the passengers side head. Find a boneyard engine for a few bills and go nuts with it.
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