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Re: Farmall Super A Camshaft removal

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gene bender

01-24-2013 02:55:35
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Why do you need to remove the cam to start with as there are no parts to replace. Do you have the engine on a stand. You can push the lifters up as far as they will go then after removing oil pump the cam can be removed by removing the cap screws behind the cam gear. If you can turn the cam over there realy isnt any reason to pull it. I have refreshed ,rebuilt or whatever you want to call it and there realy isnt any reason to remove the cam. Be careful removing the oil pump as sometimes it is stuck in the boss where the two outside bolts hold it in place. There isnt a real reason to even remove the oil pump as it can be serviced still in place. Too bad other posts talk about removing lifters first just makes it hard to believe advice sometimes given on this site. Some have never did the job yet they THINK they know ho to do it.

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teddy52food

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 Re: Farmall Super A Camshaft removal in reply to gene bender, 01-24-2013 02:55:35  
I always completely strip the block when rebuilding. Get the oil passages cleaned out good.



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Fritz Maurer

01-24-2013 05:47:43
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 Re: Farmall Super A Camshaft removal in reply to gene bender, 01-24-2013 02:55:35  
I think he should take out the cam if he were to have the block degreased. He didn't say he was going to do that of course, but as gummy as he says it is, and having the block stripped this far, I think it would be a good idea



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