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Old 04-11-2022, 06:48 PM
1980 TA 1980 TA is offline
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Default Sealed Power 2148 roller lifters

I have a set of these lifters from the Arrowhead Engineering plate system that I couldn't make work. My son wants to rebuild a 350 SBC for his camaro and it looks like these would work in the 87 - 95 factory roller applications?

Can anyone confirm. This would let me get some use out of the lifters and save him some money on his build.

I know its not in a pontiac build but it was a Pontiac build that I bought them for so I figured I'd ask some help.

Kinda fun learning about Chevy's I guess.

Old 05-06-2022, 04:09 PM
CatalinaMike CatalinaMike is offline
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What was your issue with the plate? I was thinking of getting one

Old 05-06-2022, 04:23 PM
Murf Murf is offline
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Yes, that’s what they originally fit.



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