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    Need some help trying to id this lifter

    The push rod jumped out and bent the tie bar

    BBC 454

    Thanks for any help




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    I'd say those are early Erson (which were made by Comp Cams) or earlier style comp cams which was replaced by comp # 883-16 (full bodied style).

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    It would have to be a very early comp lifter. They have had removable link bars for years. My best guess is your looking at a Crane. There are a number of lifters that are virtually the same. This seems to one of them.
    They are available as single sets:

    http://www.summitracing.com/parts/CRN-13519-2/



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    If you are trying to replace a roller lifter then I would look at the old Isky style! personally I would be wondering what failed to allow the p/r to pop out. M

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    Quote Originally Posted by ol guy View Post
    If you are trying to replace a roller lifter then I would look at the old Isky style! personally I would be wondering what failed to allow the p/r to pop out. M

    To make a long story short he stuck a valve at mid lift
    just got boat
    Last owner had it plumed with the right side of eng water dump went to the bassett tee valve only so at idle there was no water flowing on that side of motor

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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post
    It would have to be a very early comp lifter. They have had removable link bars for years. My best guess is your looking at a Crane. There are a number of lifter that are vertually the same. This seems to one of them.
    They are available as single sets:

    http://www.summitracing.com/parts/CRN-13519-2/
    Thanks gn
    I looked a summit and must have over looked that

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperSoaker View Post
    To make a long story short he stuck a valve at mid lift
    just got boat
    Last owner had it plumed with the right side of eng water dump went to the bassett tee valve only so at idle there was no water flowing on that side of motor
    OUCH!! Hope the rest of that side lived.

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    pulled all valves ( good)
    milled head (Just clean up)
    touchup valve seats
    new seals
    1 new valve
    1 valve guide
    all cyl look good

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    Lucky bastard. If I did that, the only salvagable moving part would be a carb float.



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    Had a similar question last year and recall that we ID'd these as a Comp cutaway ? Tom

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    If they are, they are very early Comp. All Comp lifters, except the very newest Elite series, are all removable link. Also, look at the waist band on that lifter compared to Soakers. Yours are a little wider.



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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post
    If they are, they are very early Comp. All Comp lifters, except the very newest Elite series, are all removable link. Also, look at the waist band on that lifter compared to Soakers. Yours are a little wider.
    that and the rivet looks different plus at the waist band are sq. where mine are chamfered Like the Crane

    Tom.. do you still have them???

    Dose anyone have a set laying round?????? Crane or comp
    I would like to know the measurment is from the roller tip to the top where the push rod sits
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperSoaker View Post
    that and the rivet looks different

    Tom.. do you still have them???

    Dose anyone have a set laying round??????
    I would like to know the measurment is from the roller tip to the top where the push rod sits
    I have measured dozens of different lifters form different manuf.,and they all pretty much measure the same. Well within .010. Like I said, I don't think Crane actually makes the lifter. Either of them. Yours or the one I posted. They, along with more than a couple of cam compnaies sold them.



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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post
    I have measured dozens of different lifters form different manuf.,and they all pretty much measure the same. Well within .010. Like I said, I don't think Crane actually makes the lifter. Either of them. Yours or the one I posted. They, along with more than a couple of cam compnaies sold them.

    Thanks gn7 That sound good
    Im just trying to avoid different push rods


    hope to order lifter, rocker and blower gaskets later today Fri.

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