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Old 07-08-2009, 06:39 AM   #1
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Camshaft Identification

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I came across this camshaft during a cleanup session in one of our garages up at school. It was set to be thrown away, so I took it home with plans to try to make a camshaft lamp from it. I finally got time to clean it up and decided it would be cool to know what it came from. Using Summits site, I found it resembled that of a Mopar B/RB engine.

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I was hoping to be a little more specific than that, so I came here. I wanted to know if the year could be narrowed down, as well as the engine size.

Down towards the distributor gear are 3 sets of numbers.

2402

722

E28? maybe E26

Up at the other end the 722 is repeated.

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Old 07-08-2009, 06:47 AM   #2
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well you can narrow it down the search to V8 motors with dizzys in the front [BB mopars, AMC V8s, don't know and don't care about F$%ds or C@#*ys (lol)].

I'm sure that someone on here could help you out. If not, I'd give summit racing's tech line a call and see if they can be of any help.
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Old 07-08-2009, 12:41 PM   #3
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for the most part all parts numbers are stamped on the *** end of the cam post a pick of that so we can see the numbers and who knows
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There is absolutely no writing on the back end
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is there any colors on the cam?
like, purple?
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Nope...just dark grey/black on everything but the lobes.
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