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    solid lifters

    So i just got my new ta308s cam from TA and i really want to use the
    lifters with oil hole on the lobe surface does any know who really makes
    these, money real tight right now and if i could save some dough versus
    From ta it would be great

    Thanks

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    I think Crower makes them but I doubt you'll save much money. They get about $100 over the price of the lifters for this service.

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