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on sportsers you use the O marks not the Vs.
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so i will not see the o marks on the buell cams?
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most of the buell cams have both Os and Vs
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are the o's the marks used for alignment?
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Or you can also go here:

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perfect!! thank you very much, my cams have no v's so pretty simple. now just got to find a press. i read somewhere that it may not be nessessary to pull the rocker boxes, is this true if they are bolt ins?
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perfect!! thank you very much, my cams have no v's so pretty simple. now just got to find a press. i read somewhere that it may not be nessessary to pull the rocker boxes, is this true if they are bolt ins?
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No that is not true. you must pull the rocker boxes to remove the cams
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im supprised your going with theys cams when there is a lot better out there for a good deal dan at nhrs sell cat 3 cams good cams. hammer performance sells there new crush cams these 2 cams make good power and dont cost to much$$ you might want to look at there sites before you instale . just sayin.?
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