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    Has anybody replaced the link bar on roller lifters ? What I am thinking here is this . I have a basically new set of C.C. lifters for a BBO .842 dia. I am thinking of changing the cross bar to BBC . Any tips would be appreciated.

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    What cross bars?


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    I have bought new SBC Comp rollers super cheap in the past and just switched out the link bar to a BBC. Same lifter, just a different link bar.



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    BBO to BBC.......? SBC to BBC?

    Aren't those BBC links offset?! (crooked/angled)

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    Thats the point of the thread. The Olds/Ponitac link bar is the same. The small block chevy and BBC both require their own link bar. But the Comp link bar is removable and the lifter is the same. So you but BBC link bars on a Olds lifter and WAA-LAA, a BBC lifter.



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    Quote Originally Posted by cs19 View Post
    What cross bars?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cs19 View Post
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    Yea, a whole lot of problems go away...... if you can afford it

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    Ive been running mine for quite a while and they come out looking/feeling awesome each year and would not hesitate to run them again. I think they are money well spent. Ive got LSM's and Ive got my moneys worth. They were $1840

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    Quote Originally Posted by cs19 View Post
    Ive been running mine for quite a while and they come out looking/feeling awesome each year and would not hesitate to run them again. I think they are money well spent. Ive got LSM's and Ive got my moneys worth. They were $1840
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    Quote Originally Posted by cs19 View Post
    What cross bars?

    OK could someone enlighten me as the brand/s of these little gems?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cs19 View Post
    Ive been running mine for quite a while and they come out looking/feeling awesome each year and would not hesitate to run them again. I think they are money well spent. Ive got LSM's and Ive got my moneys worth. They were $1840
    That's not including machine work or bushings right? It's been awhile but I believe I paid 300+ for the bushings and 600 for machine work. But it's all been money well spent so far. Pull the heads last weekend and they look like they haven't even been ran.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flat screwd View Post
    Has anybody replaced the link bar on roller lifters ? What I am thinking here is this . I have a basically new set of C.C. lifters for a BBO .842 dia. I am thinking of changing the cross bar to BBC . Any tips would be appreciated.
    Make sure that the Olds-applicable lifters features (such as the location of the oiling holes, etc.) are in the same location as the BBC lifters.

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