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Crane Cam ID Help

I am typing to identify a cam has two numbers stamped on the end: 119516 and 961710. The grinded number is 118521. Now this last number 118521 is listed with Crane, but as a grind number instead of a stamped part number. Anyone that can help, I would greatly appreciate it. I am thinking the cam was bought early to mid 1990's.

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I am typing to identify a cam has two numbers stamped on the end: 119516 and 961710. The grinded number is 118521. Now this last number 118521 is listed with Crane, but as a grind number instead of a stamped part number. Anyone that can help, I would greatly appreciate it. I am thinking the cam was bought early to mid 1990's.
I can find nothing on the first two numbers, but here's the timing card on 118521.....It's a mechanical roller for a SBC....ground on a 112 degree Lobe Separation Angle.....
http://cranecams.com/?show=browsePar...tType=camshaft
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Thank you sir. That would make sense then, pulled it out of the car with mechanical lifters also. I appreciate the help.

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crane camnumbers on cam 139576-8e1a stamped on cam wanted get new springs lifters brought short block no info on cam specs any help would be appreciated
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