Re: [DML] Cam Wear cause
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Re: [DML] Cam Wear cause



Jeff,

If you have readjusted the rockers, the problem is probably one or more
plugged oil holes on the rockers. To find out, remove the cover and run
the engine long enough to see if all are dripping oil.

To keep oil from dripping on the side of the engine, I made what
amounted to the cover minus the top.  I made mine from wood on a band
saw but an old cover with the top cut out would probably work better. 
The expert vendors probably have a better idea.

The longer you drive with this noise on a dry cam lobe, the more likely
you will have to replace the cam.

Good luck,

Woody


		
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