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Old December 3rd, 2004, 06:13 PM
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Cam shafts for 4.6 engines

Who makes a custom cam for a 4.6 that can be used with a distributer instead of the electronic ignition stuff? Basically it need the drive gear on it.


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You can source them from Mike Green at West Coast British. www.offroadexperience.com. I think Crane makes 'em.

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Use a 4.2 cam
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