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Older Howard cam

Anybody have an older Howard cam catalog. I have a flat solid grind for a small block Chev and Howards cannot seem to find the specs for it. On the back of the cam it is marked 345G and 1129. Any help will be appreciated.

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Set it up in a spare block with the crank, one rod and one piston in the #1 hole. Use a timing set to connect 'em and degree the cam with a degree wheel and pointer. A steel rule and feeler gauges will help you find TDC.
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U D HAROLD is a member over at team chevelle..
might try p.m.'n him there
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Measure the lobe lift using a dial caliper or mic.
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