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Who grinds a good puller cam?

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Cleve

06-24-2014 13:39:48




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Hey guys. I am debating on building myself a puller. Was gonna build a M5 "U". Or a 403 "U". I'm just trying to get some info on who you think grinds a good puller cam. Thanks in advance.




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jd plowboy

06-26-2014 03:48:24




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 Re: Who grinds a good puller cam? in reply to Cleve, 06-24-2014 13:39:48  
LW in nc



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ray tellin

06-25-2014 22:40:06




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 Re: Who grinds a good puller cam? in reply to Cleve, 06-24-2014 13:39:48  
Call Bullet Cams and talk to Sunny. Very quick turn around time.



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CAST IRON TOY

06-25-2014 07:23:52




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 Re: Who grinds a good puller cam? in reply to Cleve, 06-24-2014 13:39:48  
RICKE'S ENGINE AND MACHINE IN ALGONA IOWA 515-295-6142 HAD SEVERAL GROUND THERE, THEY GIVE YOU A PRINTOUT OF THE GRIND SO YOU CAN PROPERLY DEGREE THE CAM WHEN INSTALLING. I RUN LOW RPMS A GOOD POWER CAM GRIND GIVES YOU WAY MORE TORQUE. GOOD LUCK



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G1355

06-27-2014 21:20:16




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 Re: Who grinds a good puller cam? in reply to CAST IRON TOY, 06-25-2014 07:23:52  
Where are you from, I always have drove by rickies but never did any business there I live nearby algona



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Cast Iron Toy

07-01-2014 19:46:34




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 Re: Who grinds a good puller cam? in reply to G1355, 06-27-2014 21:20:16  
G 1355 I am from South Central Nebraska.



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Roger in NE AR

06-24-2014 18:23:47




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 Re: Who grinds a good puller cam? in reply to Cleve, 06-24-2014 13:39:48  
Berry Cam service in Lester Prairie MN. Tell him what engine you have plus any over bore, compression ratio, the max RPM you plan to run and what RPM you want it to hang at. Price was good.



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mmfan55

06-24-2014 13:50:32




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 Re: Who grinds a good puller cam? in reply to Cleve, 06-24-2014 13:39:48  
My opinion is keep the stock cam and degree it in. I have seen numerous regrinds tried, removed and discarded. If running high rpm, ignore what I said.



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