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...or in other words, "Hey Jesse..."

Looking for an ID on this camshaft; cone shovel hydraulic. Laser etch says 32357.

Any ideas? No other markings.

I will continue looking, maybe my Google Fu will make my kundalini energy strong

 

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could it be early blockhead?
 

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That's a good one....

Being there is no ID numbers on the rear of the cam leads me to think it may be a stock cam...

Almost all the after-market manufactures are proud of there products and will have some kind of markings to ID what grind it is...

Being the only numbers are on the gear also leads me to think that it may be the (Press-On) gear that is numbered instead of the cam...???
Being it does have a groove cut into the face means that it is L77 and up...

Sorry that I can't be of more help....

Called S&S to chat with one of there Tech's that has a real good grip on alot of the other manufacture's wares....But didn't get a hold of him..
Think there was a crap game going on in the back room..?? :p

I will make a few more calls to people that may have a clue to what it is...

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Bumping this for closure...
I ended up pulling the can again and sure enough, there were numbers at the end of the cam.

Turns out it's a Comp Cams SHV4000.

"hydraulic • bolt-in • strong low end • good mid-range"

So there we go.
 
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