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01-03-2012 11:19 AM
Mr. P-Body For spring loads up to about 200 at the seat, the 1235s are fine, as said.

For SERIOUS cams/springs (>200 at the seat), use DuraBond "High Performance" cam bearings. The part number is CHP-8. Until one is to replace them with "roller' cam bearings, these are the very best.

01-01-2012 10:44 AM
techinspector1 I don't think anyone's stumped, it's just that cam bearings aren't very sexy. Those bearings will work fine for a roller or any other camshaft.
12-31-2011 03:18 PM
chevy302builder18 Hmm everyone seems stumped also... Im going to more research into these bearings
12-30-2011 10:45 PM
Sealed Powers 1235M cam bearings versible application?

Yea the title asks all, ive googled these, which i purchased for $18 and i was checking em out if they could support a nice heavy load of a roller camshaft. Seen a couple build articles, that used these bearing but im not sure.... Could you tell me if they will? Thanks.

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