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Cam bearing Help

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by sjeccles, Jun 12, 2003.

  1. sjeccles

    sjeccles Registered Member

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    I’m installing new cam bearings in my 350 and seem to be having a brain fart. I can’t remember how I’m supposed to line up the two oil holes in the front bearing with the block. I’m sure one is lined up with the oil galley leading to the main bearing like the other cam bearing but which direction does the second hole face ?? I haven’t done this for like a year and a half and can’t seem to find any thing in any of my manuals
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  2. Don

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    You are correct, one line's up with the main galley, and the other, simply line's up with the groove that's cast in the block. /forums/images/graemlins/eek.gif
     
  3. sjeccles

    sjeccles Registered Member

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    Great thanks . Thats what I thought but wanted makes sure before I installed the cam

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