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need push rods cut ,anyone know were ?
building a 70s hemi motor with indy heads.with the cam and head set up the push rods a got with heads are too long.
any one know of a machine shop were i can have cut to my specs ? im located in florida but will ship out of state if need be.
posted: September 25, 2009
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It is always a good idea to use adjustable pushrods whenever you have installed a performance or reground camshaft. You will also need them if you have the heads shaved or block decked. Failure to use adjustable pushrods in these situtations can damage your engine. Standard hemi rocker shafts have no provisions for adjustment so any differences from stock dimentions must be compensated for with adjustable pushrods. Adjustable rocker shafts were used on factory high performance engines as well as industrial and some marine applications but they are expensive and hard to find. In most cases it is much easier to simply use the adjustable pushrods.

I don't know if this helps you, But I can't see having them shortened, when other options are available.
Good Luck..
posted:  September 25, 2009
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