Come on, Greg. Not you too. <BG>
Read it again. I told him to make sure it was on the compression stroke to
start with and even if all he's ever worked on is Chevy's he should know it
needs to be on the compression stroke (top Dead Center) when installing a
It makes little difference really as all that has to be done is
lifting the distributor and bringing up the #1 cylinder again.
Hey do you remember back when we didn't need to worry about oil to the
heads? Just had to stop every few miles and squirt a little whale oil
on the lifters.
Yep. Didn't I mention this? Sorry. The oil is supplied from the main
bearings to the cam bearings, thru drilled passages in the cam journals,
which have to properly line up, to feed the rockers.
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