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GMC V6 and V12 Engines Engine repair and rebuilding

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Old September 21st, 2022, 02:22 AM
Mike Caldwell Mike Caldwell is offline
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Default Need a cam for the "Machine Shop Orphan"

Crank is like new, pistons ARE new, block will clean up but I don't trust the cam. It's got 40 years worth of "patina" that I don't think will hold up under pressure.

Anybody got one for a 351? Is there a better grind than stock?
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