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Forum: Pontiac - Race 03-30-2023, 05:53 PM
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That depends on the shop, the tooling they have,...

That depends on the shop, the tooling they have, and the ID of the bushing. Reaming lifter bushings is really a tough job. Especially if doing it by hand. Honing is super slow, but accurate. When...
Forum: Pontiac - Race 03-29-2023, 06:07 PM
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Posted By mgarblik
Although the lifter bore hone procedure could be...

Although the lifter bore hone procedure could be done at home, it is very messy. You need a constant bath of honing oil to get good results. Generally done in the cylinder hone cabinet at a machine...
Forum: Pontiac - Race 03-29-2023, 10:28 AM
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Posted By mgarblik
Concerning lifter bushings: One of the most...

Concerning lifter bushings: One of the most popular manufacturers is BHJ products for them. The most common size for GM engines is 1.002". This would be a .160" larger hole than stock or .080"...
Forum: Pontiac - Race 03-28-2023, 11:42 PM
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Posted By mgarblik
Something to consider since the block is coming...

Something to consider since the block is coming back down. This would not be a big deal. You can have the bushings knocked out. Drill a .030" hole in the bushings to line up with the oil feed hole...
Forum: Pontiac - Race 03-26-2023, 02:48 PM
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Posted By mgarblik
Depending on the wall thickness of the bushings,...

Depending on the wall thickness of the bushings, Crower has a .903-.904 lifter and a .937" as well. If enough wall thickness and the bushings have an oil hole in the right place, that's a good...
Forum: Pontiac - Race 03-26-2023, 11:47 AM
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Posted By mgarblik
You need to look very closely in the bronze...

You need to look very closely in the bronze sleeves for a tiny oil feed hole drilled through the sleeve. This would be oil for the lifters. A .030" hole is a large enough feed for solid rollers. ...
Forum: Pontiac - Race 03-25-2023, 04:36 PM
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Views: 3,543
Posted By mgarblik
Since your assembled, easy solution isn't so...

Since your assembled, easy solution isn't so easy. That one is big, I might re-set your gauge and just measure them all again. If consistent, then you really have 3 choices. 1. Measure your...
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