Lifter cam job parts list

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fadetoblack188

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A while back I saw an entire parts list needed to do the cam and lifter fix. I can’t find it. Anyone have it ? Need to order everything.


Any direct replacement kits I can use ? Or should I just stick with oem parts
 
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Parts planned for the repair / upgrade:

Mopar:
5038785AD - Hydraulic Lifters And Yoke, Front
5038786AD - Hydraulic Lifters And Yoke, Rear
Purchased front and rear for $598

5045515AA - Intake Valve Push Rod - $37.60
5045516AA - Exhaust Valve Push Rod - $39.04
53022263AF - Engine Camshaft -
Purchased for $325
68346911AB - Water Pump -
Purchased aftermarket for $93
53022316AC - Timing Chain - $40.25
53022115AH - Timing Chain Tensioner - $17.49
4893429AA - Timing Chain Guide - $15.29
68195993AD - Hellcat Oil Pump - $134.40
6510763AA - Crankshaft Pulley Bolt - $5.53
53022307AB - Cylinder Head Gasket, Left
53022306AC - Cylinder Head Gasket, Right
Purchased felpro set for $59.50

6510280AA - Hex Head Bolt and Coned Washer, Mounting, Primary
Purchased Mahle headbolts $51.50

W0133-2042676 - Mopar Coolant Concentrated - $47.16

Other:
‎48799 - Stant 190 Thermostat - $20.69
140-1101 - ARP Exhaust Manifold Bolts - $61.44
6022 - Ramflex Exhaust Manifold Gaskets - $36.62
Flush oil change - $37
5w30- Redline Oil - $93.74
Redline Assembly Lube - $18.14
Used AFE headers - $200
Serp Tensioner - $53.63
 
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Found that. Hopefully it’s all the right parts .

Also to do the oil pump can it be done leaving the oil pan on or does it have to be dropped ?
 

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Spring for an OEM water pump if they're not back ordered
 
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The hell cat oil pump is direct replacement? Dont need to change anything else to add this?
 

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The hell cat oil pump is direct replacement? Dont need to change anything else to add this?

Its not needed at all on a stock engine build. A tune that bumps the idle up is way more beneficial. This has been talked about to death on High Performance Rams by guys that actually build engines for a living.

Good 5w30 oils, like Red Line is also a better investment. Trust me if a HC oil pump was needed on my cam swap, I would of done it. But my OEM pump was still good. Ill be using a Melling high flow when my factory pump ***** the bed down the road.
 
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Its not needed at all on a stock engine build. A tune that bumps the idle up is way more beneficial. This has been talked about to death on High Performance Rams by guys that actually build engines for a living.

Good 5w30 oils, like Red Line is also a better investment. Trust me if a HC oil pump was needed on my cam swap, I would of done it. But my OEM pump was still good. Ill be using a Melling high flow when my factory pump ***** the bed down the road.

It is a direct swap but a PITA to do if you have 4wd.

I swapped the bypass valve spring so I don’t have 90psi pressures.

But like others have said it is not absolutely needed. I got it as a way to increase flow since I could not up my idle speed (locked pcm and was not going to tune).
 
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It is a direct swap but a PITA to do if you have 4wd.

I swapped the bypass valve spring so I don’t have 90psi pressures.

But like others have said it is not absolutely needed. I got it as a way to increase flow since I could not up my idle speed (locked pcm and was not going to tune).
I ended up ordering the melling pump instead. It’s a pain on 4wd bc you need to drop the oil pan right. Ugh I am not looking forward to this job
 

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I ended up ordering the melling pump instead. It’s a pain on 4wd bc you need to drop the oil pan right. Ugh I am not looking forward to this job
Correct however you can do it without dropping the pan which is what I did. The whole front diff has to drop to take the pan out and I wasn’t about to do that.

You can get the pickup tube bolt off by using a ground down 13mm 12pt wrench. Janky but it works.
 

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When I replaced my oil pump I just removed the pan and let it drop down. I reused the same oil pan gasket. It gave me enough space to install my new pump. Wasn't that bad to deal with. Just make sure you put rtv in the lower corners of the timing cover.
 
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Nobody is changing cam bearings ? Or worried the cam bearings are wiped? Just sliding in a new cam ?
 
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