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95 Polaris Cam

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How big of a job is it to replace a cam? Any special tools required? Was told the rocker also needs to be changed at same time so new cam doesn't wear. Does this apply to the intake rocker also?

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One of the biggest things when replacing your cams is to make sure your timing marks line up right. You can punch a valve through your piston if everything isn't lined up right.

You'll need a torque wrench to tighten everything down per manufacturer specs. The job can be accomplished by the average shade-tree mechanic with the manuals available.

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