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I put togeather these camshaft install kits to save time, money and the hassle of driving around all day looking for this stuff.......which includes the following:


Rocker shaft removal tool/puller....high tensile strength rod has a slot cut on one end for a flat head screwdriver
Timing chain tensioner gasket....
Red and Blue LOCTITE....262 red for cam gear and decompression assy.....242 blue for retainer plate bolts




These will be sold for $28 shipped or $24 when purchased with something else or picked up locally.
the only thing else u will need is a feeler gauge set with the correct ones for your cam specs.

After removal of the cam sprocket, decompression plate, and rockershaft retainer plate the threadded rod is screwed into the rockershaft and one of the nuts locked down onto it as well......next slide over the PVC pipe sleave, then large washer.....screw on the remaining nut and slowly tighten making sure the threaded rod is not spinning....the rod has a slot cut in the end to allow u to hold it with a flathead screw driver during this process
 

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Just about the same thing I use, glade to see it available in an easy to use kit for the avreage guy!
 

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After removal of the cam sprocket, decompression plate, and rockershaft retainer plate the threadded rod is screwed into the rockershaft and one of the nets locked down onto it as well......next slide over the PVC pipe sleave, then large washer.....screw on the remaining nut and slowly tighten making sure the threaded rod is not spinning....the rod has a slot cut in the end to allow u to hold it with a flathead screw driver during this process
 

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I want one! I left you a message, hope you got it.
 

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Sweet, just sent you the money.
 

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Dam good idea DL could have used this a while back
 

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Nice Kit, it worked great!
 

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Got mine in two days.Very nice convenient kit!Some things just arent worth your running around for.This is one of them.Do it right first time.Now just need to dyno it!

Thank you DL700
 

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The DL700 Cam Tool



Used it three times now. Works great!
 

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How do i go about buying one of these kits from you?
 

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Right On:thumb: Works great i have used mine on other 700s as well as mine several times... It keeps you from doing:banghead: :lol:
 

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kit worked flawless....AWSOME
 

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I put togeather these camshaft install kits to save time, money and the hassle of driving around all day looking for this stuff.......which includes the following:


Rocker shaft removal tool/puller....high tensile strength rod has a slot cut on one end for a flat head screwdriver
Timing chain tensioner gasket....
Red and Blue LOCTITE....262 red for cam gear and decompression assy.....242 blue for retainer plate bolts




These will be sold for $28 shipped or $24 when purchased with something else or picked up locally.
the only thing else u will need is a feeler gauge set with the correct ones for your cam specs.

After removal of the cam sprocket, decompression plate, and rockershaft retainer plate the threadded rod is screwed into the rockershaft and one of the nuts locked down onto it as well......next slide over the PVC pipe sleave, then large washer.....screw on the remaining nut and slowly tighten making sure the threaded rod is not spinning....the rod has a slot cut in the end to allow u to hold it with a flathead screw driver during this process
How do I get this shipped to me.
 
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