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Old 06-29-2007, 04:31 PM
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Cam Dynamics Catalog

Does any one happen to have a old Cam Dynamics catalog handy?

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1983 Edition work for you?
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Ya , what is the Cam dynamics part number for Small block Chevy solid lifters?
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Cam Dynamics Cam

I have a 130042 CD / 35-25-99 / 81488C Cam Dynamics cam that I took out of my 1972 Ford 302. What I need is the specs on this cam so that I get a new cam. these are all the numbers on the cam. I have no idea what they mean maybe you can gelp me out.
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I have a 130042 CD / 35-25-99 / 81488C Cam Dynamics cam that I took out of my 1972 Ford 302. What I need is the specs on this cam so that I get a new cam. these are all the numbers on the cam. I have no idea what they mean maybe you can gelp me out.
measure the lobe lift using a dial caliper.
its likely this cam

Crane cams bought out Cam Dynamics. For a while the "Energizer" line of cams retained the Cam Dynamics brand name.
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130042 CD
So maybe that 'CD' after the part number signifies Cam Dynamics...
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I have a sbc camshaft. It appears to be a Cam Dynamics cam from what I have found. The part # is CD10007B. Can anyone help me find out the specs on this grind? The date on the back is 11-01-03

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It may be this cam.
http://www.cranecams.com/?show=brows...07&lvl=2&prt=5
Cam Dynamics was bought out by Crane Cams so you could email them to get info on that cam.
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Thanks, I'll try emailing them, but before I do that I suppose I'll throw it in a block and find out the specs.
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Crane also has all the CD master lobes and tooling, and can still supply all the original CD grinds if you are partial to them instead of Crane or any other brand....
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I do have every issue on Cam Dynamic Cataloge. Even still the first copy that came out.
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It may be this cam.
http://www.cranecams.com/?show=brows...07&lvl=2&prt=5
Cam Dynamics was bought out by Crane Cams so you could email them to get info on that cam.
That was the cam, thanks F-Bird!!
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BBC solid roller

I'm working on a BBC 427 thats been setting in a rail for years. I'm down to the cam and it looks like a cam dynamics. The front of the cam reads CD- 318-325 08-F167. If anyone can help with lifter adj.etc. Thank you for your time.
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