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  • I'd say inspect the new head thoroughly before paying your hard earned $ for it. With the original camshaft making noise unless the problem is merely the camshaft itself then it'll be a bearing problem that will end up likely costing you more than the used head that you are looking at. Common sense does prevail in these matters. Think about it like this: A.) Do you enjoy driving...
    William Allison Jun 9, 2005