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01-19-2006 06:36 PM
Rick Beil

If the heads have pushrod guide plates you'll need to get a set of pushrods for the guideplates. They will be the same length but they are harder so the guide plates don't cut into them. As far as I know all SB chevys use the same length pushrods.
I've ran stock pushrods with all sizes of cams even mech rollers with no problems.
01-19-2006 11:35 AM

I am sure that this question is a total newb question but I will ask it anyway.

I am getting all the parts together to rebuild my 350 SBC. Had it bored to .020, will be putting this crane cam and hydraulic lifter on it. New springs, rocker arms. If I am not mistaken the pushrod length should be stock?? Are they all the same? Should I look for a certain type or brand?

thanks in advance

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