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Anybody familiar with this company (rocker arm specialists) and the quality of their services? I have a couple sets of alum and st. stl. roller rockers I want to have cleaned and/or rebuilt as necessary. Have any other co's. to recommend? Are hyd. rollers re-buildable or cleanable? (disassemble/clean/reassemble) I had a set with one season on them before the improper valve train geometry tore valve guides up and out and put a bunch of bronze in the oil. I would like to be able to salvage them if poss for a ski boat motor.

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I know the company. It use to be in the So Bay area on So. Cal. Never knew him to rebuild stud rockers. Even roller types. Not saying he doesn't or can't, Just never knew him to do it. He is by far the largest rebuilder of shaft rockers in the country, and is second generation. He has the equuipment to to it right, that I know. I bought all my FE ford shaft rockers thru him.

Rollers, I have no idea. I think it would depend on who built them to start with.



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