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posted June 19, 2003 04:19 PM
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Stick with the stock set-up and do not forget to change the cam bolts with new ones and the cam button also using the new type button.
Ron


Where do i get thies such items as Cam bolts and button?
 

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Cam bolts- ARP at a local speed shop or Summit/Jeg's
Cam button- Only found it at NAPA


Or any Buick vendor of course.
 

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Cam Button, dealer item, part #25532588, $8. powersix
 

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Iv heard something about a needle baering button?
Whats the diff between the 2?
and which is better?
 

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Welll any one?
 

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The stock one is just a plastic button that spins on the inside of the front cover. The needle bearing type (which is what they sell at the dealer now) is a rollerized version of the original plastic one. Don't use the plastic one. powersix
 

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ok cool im not a fan of things that rotate with the drive train that are plastic, not many people are.
 
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