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    While I have the heads off, I’m going to polish the rocker boxes. While I have those Off , might as well polish the cam cover.

    While I pulled that off, I noticed the timing marks on the cam, pinion, and breather gears didn’t line up. Easy fix but am wondering what are the affects when the timing marks don’t line up?

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    If it was running, they were lined up.

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    Ok il check again to see if I saw that correctly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Akamm47 View Post
    Ok il check again to see if I saw that correctly
    Take a pic and post. Someone else might notice something useful, related or not.

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    Was the breather gear off by any chance? And if so has the breather window been made bigger than stock? Just a thought.

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    I think I must have mistook what I saw. Looks like they line up. What do you think?

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    Good as gold.

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    Are the stock pushrods on a 76 all the same length?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Akamm47 View Post
    Are the stock pushrods on a 76 all the same length?
    Nope..........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Akamm47 View Post
    Are the stock pushrods on a 76 all the same length?
    Yes, HD factory pushrods are all the same. There is only one part number for the four pieces.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Akamm47 View Post
    Are the stock pushrods on a 76 all the same length?
    Quote Originally Posted by Tattooo View Post

    Nope..........
    Quote Originally Posted by JBinNC View Post

    Yes

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    Saw a lot of contradicting things online, mine are all the same length, fully compressed.

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    Most always the front exhaust is the longest, next long one would be the rear exhaust then the two intakes are the same leight ...

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    I agree..... I guess????? I don't know what I agree with but I do.... LOL

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    All assertions mechanical are testable and measurable.

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    They are all fully extended.

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    Sent the head out to get fixed, should be good to go now. Just need to finish polishing the rocker boxes.

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