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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-14-2018, 03:50 PM Thread Starter
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Default What to do with my old cams & $20.00 bucks

Made a lamp. Now I just need another set and another timing gear or front pulley.
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Looks good. Good use of something that would otherwise be trash

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Lighting for the Man Cave or shop just doesn't get any better than that .... great work @amvince

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I have tons of factory cams, thinking I may do that. But need the factory timing wheels as I reuse them when removing the lloydz ATS.

How is the light attached and wire run?
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Maybe he glued the cord to the back of the cam or used some liquid nails. Goes along with old pistons for ashtrays. You guys remember ashtrays those things for old cancer sticks to be smashed into.

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I have tons of factory cams, thinking I may do that. But need the factory timing wheels as I reuse them when removing the lloydz ATS

How is the light attached and wire run?
I will post a couple of pictures later today. The cord is loose out back for now until I think of something I like. The piece on top is an electrical conduit fitting I bought at home depot for about 89 cents. It has a small opening at the back so I ran the cord though that. The light socket is help on by super glue. Instead of a timing gear you may also be able to use a front pulley but it may be harder to attach. I was able to use JB Weld to attache the cams to the timing gear.

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That is awesome. Great creativity!

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