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Identifying a camshaft


Caroline

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This would be easy if there was a part number on there. But there isn't. I can see "stanpart" stamped on it, and a place where I think the part number would have been but looks suspiciously like it's been ground off on purpose. All that remains is an MC number - but that's no use, or is it?

Physically it looks almost identical the same as the other one I have, which is clearly stamped 311399 so we know what that's from (http://www.chriswitor.co.uk/cw_technical/camshaft_applications.pdf).

Is there another way to ID this orphan camshaft please?

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Caroline wrote:
and a place where I think the part number would have been but looks suspiciously like it's been ground off on purpose. All that remains is an MC number - but that's no use, or is it?


Sounds like its been re-ground. Are there any numbers stamped/scratched on?

Might by THn or KCnnn

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