How To Install a Nylon Cam Button
If you’re running a roller cam, it’s very likely that you’ll need to locate the camshaft somehow. In my 383 stroker I used a nylon cam button to keep the cam in it’s place. I wasn’t able to find any real information about installing one of these so I made this video. I hope it’s helpful to you.
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Video Title: How To Install a Nylon Cam Button -ETCG Video Description: In my 383 stroker I used a nylon cam button to keep the cam in it’s place. I wasn’t able to find any real information about installing one of these so I made this video. I hope it’s helpful to you. Thumbnail: http://www.ericthecarguy.com/images/Youtube_Thumbs/aug/2019/How_To_Install_a_Nylon_Cam_Button.jpg