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Old 04-22-2011, 10:38 AM
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Whats up guys.

So my headers arrive on Tuesday and Magnaflows go on the truck next week as well.

Next on my list are H.O. cams and the superchips tuner.

So i found some cams in Mopar Parts America:



Could somebody that already bought the cams confirm these are the right ones, I hate ordering the wrong parts

http://www.moparpartsamerica.com/par...06&catalogid=1

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Maybe someone has found them for a better price somewhere?
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http://www.wjjeeps.com/engine.htm

This site lists differences of the 4.7 vs 4.7 HO. If you scroll down you'll see the camshaft part #'s. I believe the last letter was changed though. Maybe it's d now? Still haven't put mine in yet. Will be a week from Easter Sunday though.
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http://www.wjjeeps.com/engine.htm

This site lists differences of the 4.7 vs 4.7 HO. If you scroll down you'll see the camshaft part #'s. I believe the last letter was changed though. Maybe it's d now? Still haven't put mine in yet. Will be a week from Easter Sunday though.
Thanks GrnDak01 thats a great link!

However those cams specify 02-04 my truck is an 06.
53021411AB (left, 2002-2004)
53021412AB (right, 2002-2004)
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Any H/O cams will work. Just buy them from airram.com. I tried to buy a set from moparpartsamerica.com and they need a H/O vin number. Second they will cahrge you tax and shipping so its not as cheap as you think.

http://airram.com/product.php?catego...productid=1308
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i thought h/o cams were super hard to get a hold of?
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i would go with a performance cams set ..not oem ones
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Any H/O cams will work. Just buy them from airram.com. I tried to buy a set from moparpartsamerica.com and they need a H/O vin number. Second they will cahrge you tax and shipping so its not as cheap as you think.

http://airram.com/product.php?catego...productid=1308
thanks ruger, but even with shipping its about 20 bucks cheaper than airam.com. i still got them from airram though because they offer next day shipping

To anybody wondering...according to airram.com these cams are interchangeable from 1999 to 2007 and add on average about 20 rwhp
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Watch out for Moparpartsamerica. Each time I have ordered from them, the contact me and tell me thats not the right part, and they send me the "correct" one and charge me more. It costed me $120 for new front sway bar links, when it was supposed to be $60. Each time, I select the proper vehical.
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Watch out for Moparpartsamerica. Each time I have ordered from them, the contact me and tell me thats not the right part, and they send me the "correct" one and charge me more. It costed me $120 for new front sway bar links, when it was supposed to be $60. Each time, I select the proper vehical.
man they just did the same **** to me. wowwwwwww

I gave them a try since they were $50 cheaper ( not 20 like i said before it was actually $50)

I got an e-mail telling me the the part ordered was the wrong one and the right one was a special order and cost way extra (plus no returns on special orders)

I nicely told them to cancel the order.

Now im ordering from airram ( yes i should have listened)
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