http://www.summitracing.com/parts/CCA-4798/do you have a part number or link on where to buy that socket?
You likely understand, but always do the exhaust cams first, since they are the driven cams. Then do the intake cams.Great job!!!! How about one for the 4v heads. Not the whole thing, just the slight differences when you get the first cam set and then move to the second cam on that head.
I don't have a crank or balancer to measure, but my crank snout was 1-1/4", adn used the 4793 socket not 1-3/8", so I don't think the 4798 is the correct socket, unless the 2V or 3V use larger crank snouts (which would be an interesting thing ?!! )http://www.summitracing.com/parts/CCA-4798/
not the exact one that was referenced above (id is a little bigger) but this is what comp recommends to use on the 4.6 cranks from their degreeing instructions - http://www.compcams.com/Technical/Instructions/Files/COMP4-103.pdf
When I get a chance, big issue on the 4V heads it might be faster to do it by LSA first as any changes made to the primary gear affects the secondary gear. I haven't done a 4V yet to be honest to see the fastest way about it, do the secondary first or second.Great job!!!! How about one for the 4v heads. Not the whole thing, just the slight differences when you get the first cam set and then move to the second cam on that head.