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    Junior Member APPRENTICE
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    crower solid roller lifters

    Can crower lifters be rebuilt? I've found a couple that the wheel is catching in a couple spots. I'd hate to trash them if i didnt have to. I looked on crower's site but they didnt say anything about being able to rebuild them.

    I believe they are P/N 66200

    I guess worse case is i just buy two pair.

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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE
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    Most of the crowers are rebuildable, call them
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    Member JUNIOR BUILDER
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    .904s are & .842s are not

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    Senior Member DYNO OPERATOR
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    THAT hanging spot might be a missing roller bearing or 2,check your oil filter to be safe!I had a set of comp solid roller lifters do that and found 3 bearings in my oil filter and 5 in the oil pan!Called comp and they told me that u r supposed to rebuild them every year, mine were 3 years old.I switched to gs lifters and was told to replace or rebuild after 200-300 runs.


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