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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Swan View Post
    you'll probably find one like Al did. fwiw, Al is exploring feasibility of having new rods produced. i am on Al's list. i want a spare set just in case...
    put me on the list!

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    Ok got the lower end back together, i have to make a p/n 528-14 relief stud... anybody got one for sale?photo 75.jpg
    Last edited by wowswitch; 12-06-2016 at 07:30 PM.

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    Sure. I've got one. Looks like you need the socket for it too or is it just not pressed in?
    Need the arm that fits on the cam rack?
    PM me.
    Mark Masa

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    Quote Originally Posted by MMasa View Post
    Sure. I've got one. Looks like you need the socket for it too or is it just not pressed in?
    Need the arm that fits on the cam rack?
    PM me.
    Mark Masa
    Hi Mark, yes i need the socket too and the relief stud, i have a cam rack. how much?

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    Pm me with your email address and we can discuss the details.
    I figured that you have a cam rack, but do you have the decompression part that fits ONTO the cam rack?
    This is the part that the stud acts upon which in turn lifts the exhaust cam followers and valves relieving the compression.
    Mark

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    neat build, looks like your doing a great job. Thanks for sharing with the rest of us

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    Ok I'm back at it, somehow i missed Marks msg. so i went and made the exhaust lever, seem to work...IMG_5095.jpgIMG_5094.jpgIMG_5098.jpgIMG_5097.jpg

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    also i made a fixture to hold the cylinder to bore and hone them 0.040" over, worked great.IMG_5087.jpgIMG_5089.jpgIMG_5101.jpgIMG_5102.jpg

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    started to re-assemble the top end...IMG_5212.jpgIMG_5191.jpgIMG_5190.jpg

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    also i ended up making my own relief pipe after the one i bought P/N 543-12 did not fit i needed P/N 543-25IMG_5215.jpgIMG_5216.jpgIMG_5217.jpg

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