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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-20-2019, 04:01 PM Thread Starter
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Adjustable pushrods question

I have a set of adjustable pushrods that came out of an evo. Will they work in a twin cam engine?
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Thanks I’m debating on pulling cams to determine what’s in it and was going to cut stock pushrods if they would’ve worked because rocker boxes are real close to frame not sure if they’ll come off with engine in frame
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Thanks Im debating on pulling cams to determine whats in it and was going to cut stock pushrods if they wouldve worked because rocker boxes are real close to frame not sure if theyll come off with engine in frame
The boxes come off real easy especially if you remove the tank first. You can remove the tank bolts and just block it up too.
Also a good time to clean the chrome.
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Thanks I’m debating on pulling cams to determine what’s in it and was going to cut stock pushrods if they would’ve worked because rocker boxes are real close to frame not sure if they’ll come off with engine in frame
The boxes come off real easy especially if you remove the tank first. You can remove the tank bolts and just block it up too.
Also a good time to clean the chrome.
I’ll try to pull them but they may be to close to frame. I’ll give it a try
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The boxes slide out after the screws are removed they don't lift up and off.

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The boxes slide out after the screws are removed they don't lift up and off.
Ok right on I thought they had to lift off. Thank you
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