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rickmg #1417806 Fri Jul 23 2021 12:47 AM
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It's not wasted unless the builder has no awareness of the relatively modest returns per dollar spent.
It's a hobby, not a race. We did the same thing to VW Type I, remember?

rickmg #1417901 Fri Jul 23 2021 08:08 PM
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A McGurk roller cam and roller lifters, soaking our depends, lol, you bet your bippy. I have only ever seen 235/261 roller lifters in photos. Never a real set. Chet Herbert made them for the chevy 6 and Frank McGurk sold parts under the McGurk name that were actually made by another manufacture. It would not surprise me at all to find that those lifters were really an uber rare set of Herbert roller lifters.

How cool! Any chance you would be willing to post some photos? It would be quite a treat to see those old time hot rod parts!

Last edited by Dragsix; Fri Jul 23 2021 08:09 PM.

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rickmg #1417907 Fri Jul 23 2021 08:41 PM
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Also used in the day: Harley-Davidson roller tappets (1929-83), which guide the .375" roller in a slot in the tappet bore; no links needed.
.731" body OD, .855" roller.
[img]https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/2505/6516/products/10-0770_750x.jpg?v=1542127856[/img]

rickmg #1417908 Fri Jul 23 2021 08:42 PM
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Also used in the day: Harley-Davidson roller tappets (1929-83), which guide the .375" roller in a slot in the tappet bore; no links needed.
.731" body OD, .855" roller.
[img]https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/2505/6516/products/10-0770_750x.jpg?v=1542127856[/img]

coilover #1418894 Sat Jul 31 2021 04:52 PM
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coilover Could turbo it, had one turboed once ran fine,lotta plumbingthough ! Its a way to overcome the poor in take system.

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