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ricflair

01-22-2023 07:22:48




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I am restoring a B, exhaust cam lobes are worn, would like to get it ground with a more effient profile.

Who should I have grind it? I hear good things about Bullet. Has anyone used extreme pulling parts? I think Denglers is out of business?
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6cylpower

01-27-2023 07:26:32




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 Re: john deere cam grind advice in reply to ricflair, 01-22-2023 07:22:48  
No keys on a B cam, it bolts to the gear. Slot the holes if you want some advance.



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ricflair

01-22-2023 16:48:47




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 Re: john deere cam grind advice in reply to ricflair, 01-22-2023 07:22:48  
Ok, sounds the same as auto. Thanks



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ricflair

01-22-2023 11:58:32




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 Re: john deere cam grind advice in reply to ricflair, 01-22-2023 07:22:48  
How do you degree? Do you have to have the gear holes slotted?

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VicS

01-22-2023 15:08:15




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 Re: john deere cam grind advice in reply to ricflair, 01-22-2023 11:58:32  
It's to complicated to explain here. But just ask Google. I have just done it 2 times, both times the cam grinder had it dead on. You will get a spec sheet with your reground cam. Might have to make a offset key for your crank gear or get another key way made in it. Or maybe change the cam gear key, to a of set one. Of course you need a.dial.indicator. They really run good when everything is right. Also I would find a good speed shop and get everything balanced. Your flywheel is probably off the most.

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504

01-26-2023 17:21:15




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 Re: john deere cam grind advice in reply to VicS, 01-22-2023 15:08:15  
Off set keys have been around for years.Iskenderian(Isky Cams) is one manufacturer.



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TVMAN

01-22-2023 08:14:54




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 Re: john deere cam grind advice in reply to ricflair, 01-22-2023 07:22:48  
I have had 2 ground by josh Blackburn in Michigan done good job also It will have be degreed in when installed thanks TVMAN



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