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Thanks mate I'll buy one of those adjustable pushrod checkers, I've never worked on a vn-vs 304 before but I did own a vh with a 308 and that was a pita to work on.Cam won’t come with pushrods. You need to measure with an adjustable ‘checker’ pushrod upon assembly and order the right length. Ls’ are considerably more difficult to work on than the 304. Although the earlier (vn-vs) commodores are a pos to work on due to a very tight engine bay.
Your better off getting the kit yourself, check out the parts list in the street and strip kit on pro built automatics site, those parts in that kit won't be cheap locally.Hey utel67
I really don't want to purchase a kit from overseas, can I buy a rebuild kit of a local place or can you supply a kit.