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Camshafts and Cam Gears

Hey, I was wondering about the cams. Like, if I were to purchase aftermarket cam gears and shafts separate, is there a certain way they have to go to get the timing right? or is there only one way they can go? If there isn't, can anyone explain to me how I would go about putting them together? I want to completely rebuild a motor and wanting all performance parts and I'm not wanting to mess it up. Thanks in advance!
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Cam gears can only be installed one way on a camshaft. When the cam gear is installed, a bolt is then inserted and tightened.





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