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Need to replace the lifters in my 89 FLHS,got one i cant seem to get to quite down,so my question is besides S&S premium lifters (this bike doesn't get ridden much anymore) what would be a reasonable price lifter for this application.Maybe a GM part number cross over.
 

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87-99 small block Chevy lifters worked in my 2011. I went with crane. Not sure if that is what is causing my ticking noise.
 

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Comp cams( V Thunder), makes a good Evo replacement lifter. Pretty reasonably priced as well. The small block Chevy lifters noted above will work in a TC, but not an Evo. Totally different lifter. I don't knw if there is a GM lifter that work in an Evo.

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comp cam v thunder 7390-1 around $46 each

nothing wrong with the HD 18523-86 if its still available
 

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comp cam v thunder 7390-1 around $46 each

nothing wrong with the HD 18523-86 if its still available
Thanks i will check for those part numbers,the speedo unit went bad wouldn't go over 35mph and i couldn't believe that it was still available it was on the obsolete list so i ordered one,Thanks to all that replied.
 

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The price of an S&S lifter is soon forgotten when the long-life and quiet operation goes on and on.
Anyone can use any mixed/matched, pieces/parts as they see fit, no doubt, but we use S&S valvetrain products here on a daily basis, knowing, that we are providing our folks with top quality products.
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