Yeah it was definitely a pain to get those two done. Not looking forward to having to go back up there to check them again. Ive always heard you shouod recheck the tightness on the bolts since you have those temp swings. So i will do that this weekend.Nate, I now feel your pain in tightening the header hardware. I spent two days working out my heat shields. I went back to the shop after dinner and a few phone calls. I got into the mood and didn't leave the shop till 4am. I was working from the top having the master/booster and air cleaner parts out. I forgot to take pictures of the three different exhaust gaskets I ended up with. My good friend Mr Bill is a retired sealing engineer and was impressed with the new gaskets. He spent years designing subs so they don't leak. The best of the Christmas season to you and all followers. Steve
Nate, I feel this is the wrong cam for your truck. This is a cam that starts to come on 2500-3000 rpm range. If you're not going to race your truck, I'd stay away as the HP gains Hughes advertises is in the upper rpm ranges.I did some looking and Hughes has the springs and retainers as well. So when it comes time, ill order it all through them. Ive never done a cam swap, so ill go ahead and start studying up now.