Reproduction Parts for 1916-1964 Chevrolet Passenger Cars & 1918-1987 Chevrolet & GMC Trucks

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#40994 05/06/03 03:26 PM
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Grease Monkey
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Grease Monkey
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Shouls I buy roller rockers? And do I have to change anyghing else, or just the rockers?

How about these for example? chevy

68 camaro over 4 years in the making.
Wilwood Engineering1955-1957

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#40995 05/07/03 08:31 AM
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Backyard Mechanic
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For a stock engine - I would save the money.

If you running a high lift cam, then the rollers will benefit you in reduced friction and improved guide life.

Many times, the rollers will not fit under a stock valve cover - depending on who made them.

Oliver J. Giorgi
Technical Advisor
1958 Passenger Car

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