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Old 12-17-2009, 10:30 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Parts in Cam Service Kit (P/N 17045-99C)

What parts come with the Cam Service Kit (P/N 17045-99C)?

I ask because I'm getting the parts together to install the SE Cam Plate & High Flow Oil Pump upgrade (P/N 25284-08) and the install instructions state that I need the Cam Service Kit. However, the instructions only mention three parts coming from that kit for the install (Rear Cam Roller Bearing Kit P/N 8983, Cam Plate to Crankcase O-ring P/N 11301, and the Cam Cover Gasket P/N 25244-99A). I figure the Cam Service Kit probably comes with a bunch of other stuff, which would explain its $76 price tag (from Zanotti's). Do I need those other parts, or can I just order the three parts listed above? I'd hate to get half way into the install and realize that I'm missing some parts, but would also hate to waste $40 on stuff I don't need.

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Old 12-17-2009, 11:17 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I am getting ready to all so install the same kit in my 02 Ultra. I am going to replace both bearings for the cam plate and the secondary chain as well as the gaskets. You will all so need to get spacer kit 25285-08. If you have not done it so far I recommend replacing the POOR INA bearings in the case with Torrington bearings. I all ready replace mine a while back since I have around 80,000 miles on it this will not be the first time I have been in mine.

Sorry as far as what all comes in the cam service kit I cannot help.
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Old 12-18-2009, 08:00 AM   #3 (permalink)
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the cam service kit contains all of the gaskets to service the cam chest. Cam cover, upper rocker box, breather gaskets. Also has all of the o-rings needed to do the job. cam plate to case, push rod tubes, oil pump etc. Also has all camshaft bearings. The kit is quite complete and worth the money
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