This aluminum Cam Cover Drive has a small, snap-ringed roller bearing for easy alignment of the cover and to handle the end play thrust of the camshaft. The drive spud is turned-down on the drive end, so it simply slips into the bearing as the cover is installed. This aligns the cover off the camshaft rather than the usual dowel pins. Cam Cover Drive includes ground steel shims to adjust the amount of end thrust in camshaft. The shims are installed after the spud is bolted to the cam, and also slides over the turned-down drive end of the spud. This insures proper fuel pump alignment and also minimizes timing chain stretch from improper camshaft end play.
- crank, pan, and cover gasket seals are stock Chevy parts for fast, easy replacement
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Be sure to tighten the cover to block bolts first before the front two pan bolts. When the front seal is crushed between the pan and the cam cover, it tends to pull down on the cover. If it is not tight, pulling the cam cover downward will pre-load the drive spud, resulting in bearing failure and spud damage.
Also, be sure to check pump engagement and end play in camshaft. Too much of these will quickly damage the fuel pump