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Thread: ARP oil pump driveshaft

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    Car Year, Make, Model: 77 Thunderbird; 70 rs camaro

    ARP oil pump driveshaft


    I was going through my engine receipts and saw that "...longer than stock, must be shortened." While assembling, I did have up and down movement with pump and MSD distributor installed. It should be ok, right?
    '77 Tbird/ 460 BBF, '70 Camaro RS split bumper w/ 4spd Muncie/ 350 2BBL

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    I'd say as long as you verified that the shaft isn't binding.... should be good.

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