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Camshaft Bearing Tool #1330336 Fri Oct 18 2019 02:23 PM
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tom moore Offline OP
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Where have you purchased a camshaft bearing tool and what source or brand has worked well for you? I see sets on Ebay for 67.00 on up. I don't need an expensive set, just a low buck set that will work. Advice? Recommendation?

thanks. tom

Re: Camshaft Bearing Tool [Re: tom moore] #1330348 Fri Oct 18 2019 05:05 PM
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I bought one from Speedway (Part # 91381102), works with SBC, not sure about inline six. The tool works great and was under $30.00.


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