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    1. 08-31-2019 10:39 AM #1
      Hi everyone, I have a problem with some ABF camshafts that came with a cylinder head I bought some time ago, it has a conical end where the pulley was suppose to fit, so I'm planing to send it to a friend to machine it down to make the OE pulleys fit, problem is I have no reference on measurements to do so...
      This is what I have:
      https://flic.kr/p/2h8ixSH
      And this is what I need to know:
      https://flic.kr/p/29WYnwi
      I also need to know how much space there is between the pulley and the head once it is in place. I hope someone is able to help me because I don't want to buy another camshaft set just because of this. I'm from Brazil so i'm sorry about my bad english.

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      08-31-2019 12:53 PM #2
      Can you look for part numbers on the cam. I'll look it up in etka. It might be wait to just get the correct pully

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      08-31-2019 01:02 PM #3
      It may be easier to machine the pulley to fit the camshaft. The chonical shape may give you a secure tight fit which is a good thing to avoid the pulley coming loose on high rpm.

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    6. 09-04-2019 06:44 PM #4
      Quote Originally Posted by ewillard View Post
      Can you look for part numbers on the cam. I'll look it up in etka. It might be wait to just get the correct pully

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      Inlet:
      https://flic.kr/p/2haEHDA
      https://flic.kr/p/2haFA63
      Outlet:
      https://flic.kr/p/2haEHHZ
      https://flic.kr/p/2haCYGH


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