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    • Took the camshaft and crankcase cover to the machine shop. (the cam journal and crankcase bearing for the cam were wore some) and the machinist said not to worry about it. still fits real tight, and has minimal play.  And i too notice no score marks on the cam journal or inside the bearing. so i just saved $300 bucks. :D


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