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Camshaft Source

Post by KULTULZ » Mon 27. Sep 2010, 11:01


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Re: Camshaft Source

Post by reijerlincoln » Wed 29. Sep 2010, 03:18

I found a new camshaft to OEM design by Falcon Global (on eBay). They are the exact same item as Egge offers. Falcon Global is cheaper though - I made them an offer below their asking price which they took.
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Post by Theo » Wed 29. Sep 2010, 04:13

I purchased an OEM camshaft for my 62 T-Bird a long time ago. It's a hard to locate item which is the cam with the thrust spring and knob to timing chain housing fixture version. The box said elgin as far as I> remember. Just did a search and found these guys. Not sure if they are the same Elgin as it says on the box.
Anyway, here's one more source for ya
http://www.elgincams.com/
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