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This is a discussion on New Lifters Needed?? within the Internal Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; just purchased a new Comp Cams 224/224 .581/.581 112 LSA camshaft, springs, retainers, pushrods, etc. i was wondering if i ...

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    New Lifters Needed??

    just purchased a new Comp Cams 224/224 .581/.581 112 LSA camshaft, springs, retainers, pushrods, etc. i was wondering if i need to purchase new lifters as well or can i use my stock ones that have 30,000 miles? if i need new lifters, do i go with the Comp Cams 850, or 875 series?
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    Interested as well.

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    I didn't replace my lifters with almost 90k. There is no way I would change them with only 30k.

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    You don't need to change the lifters.

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    if I'm not mistaken you have to remove the heads to replace the lifters on these LS engines, so if your going through all that work, might as well get a set of heads

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    Quote Originally Posted by d james
    if I'm not mistaken you have to remove the heads to replace the lifters on these LS engines, so if your going through all that work, might as well get a set of heads
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    Leave 'em stock.

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    still running the stock lifters in both cars.

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    still running the stock lifters in both cars.

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    It has been answered.
    Stock, unless the heads are coming off.

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