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Old 07-20-2012, 01:14 PM   #1
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What are the best cam bearing to put on a 331 i use it street strip, would racing cam bearing be better, bc ive already messed up the ones i have. Any suggestions?
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Re: Cam Bearings

I always use the Clevite 77 bearings, but there are other "racing" bearings that could be used. However I wouldn't use them on something I drive on the street much either.
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The reason why i want better bearing bc i messed up the 2 middle bearing nd one of them broke off nd the other looked like it just came off the block sum how? Idk if i cacked the block or they were just installed incorrectly, i had a machince shop put them in for me like 2 years ago, but i just wanted sum better bearings
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The reason why i want better bearing bc i messed up the 2 middle bearing nd one of them broke off nd the other looked like it just came off the block sum how? Idk if i cacked the block or they were just installed incorrectly, i had a machince shop put them in for me like 2 years ago, but i just wanted sum better bearings
The Clevite bearings should work just fine for you.
You should probably check the bore diameters and condition before you install new bearings in them.
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Yeah im gonna check that out first to see if the block is still good
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We'll hope for the best.
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