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    Default Re: Ney Nozzles

    Don’t quote me on this since I obviously don’t know much about this stuff yet as apparent by my last post, but my understanding is the ney nozzles (made by chuck ney???) are cam pre oilers, little nozzles drilled into the case that spray the cam. Someone here that knows more can hopefully give a better answer.

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    Default Re: Ney Nozzles

    they are not really pre-oilers in the sense that you can pump oil to them before you start.
    The nozzles are aligned in side the case to spray the cam lobes and the oil source is
    from the oil gallery that provide oil to the rest of the engine bearings, bushings, hyd lifters etc
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    Default Re: Ney Nozzles

    I can usually catch the original thumb screw type clamps with a 1/4Ē drive 6-point socket. Canít remember if it is the 7/16 or 1/2 inch. A shop I used to work for slotted an old 3/8 socket to use on them.
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