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roller cam lifter
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might have to replace a bad roller cam lifter. do I have to pull head to get lifter out, because of being longer.
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(10-11-2019, 12:05 PM)164runner Wrote: might have to replace a bad roller cam lifter. do I have to pull head to get lifter out, because of being longer.
You shouldn't need to. Valve cover and manifold should do it i think.  I double checked looking at various pics and seemed to confirm this.

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I hope I don't have too, talked to lunati tech line. they thought I would not have to, but was not 100% sure
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#4
Just pull intake. I did it numerous times when I had junk comp cam roller lifters.

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(10-12-2019, 09:40 AM)turtle5353 Wrote: Just pull intake. I did it numerous times when I had junk comp cam roller lifters.
good news thanks
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