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I know both are great just trying to figure out which way I want to go. Dart355 cnc one piece intake stand. Both are supposed to be bolt on. + or -'s?
 
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I'd say inventory is going to be the answer.


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at one time jesel had somequality control issues not sure now.t&d have some issues also but seem to be the most popular.i have both


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I'd say inventory is going to be the answer.

t&d is backed up but can be gotten


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I use T&D shaft rockers, never experienced a failure. My two older sons engines uses Jessel's and never had a failure. All of them are BBC. Availability is the answer.

Bob
 
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T&D for the win
 
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Ran both, no real reason why, but like T&D better
 
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T&D is the go to shaft rocker for most every nationally known sportsman engine builder. Further, you break a shaft rocker at the track, your likely to find/borrow a T&D, good luck finding a Jesel.
 
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JESEL for steel rockers

T&D for aluminum


 
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Wrong as usual retard.

 
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The only reason your cookie cutter crate engine has T&D steel rockers midget, is because the JESEL's are twice the money.

With a cookie cutter crate engine wimpy bracket cam, T&D will work.

One look from even an untrained eye, tells T&D are crude,in comparison.


 
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Says the clueless nobody with a 600+hp nothing special cement mixer small block. Meanwhile my one off “cookie cutter crate engine” build by one of the best in the country, makes 1300HP with a Conventional style head, cast intake, wet sump and single dominator carb. Spitting
 
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Says the know nothing do nothing midget, who couldn't make rock drop out of tree fast, without a credit card.
 
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Originally posted by rusty:
at one time jesel had somequality control issues not sure now.t&d have some issues also but seem to be the most popular.i have both


Ill use both, as they are both great. I have had two separate issues with Jessel, one was during a time when they received a batch of bad bearings and another when the design left too much load for the thrust and it failed the bearings. Both times Jessel addressed the problems free of charge. The T&Ds that I have used, have never failed to my knowledge and I have also not had to deal with their product support, at this point, Ill continue to use both.

I would agree with the others - availability may be your deciding factor.


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What about crower?
 
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Says a broke dyck retard, who can’t back up any of his lies about his claim performance with his pos.
 
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Originally posted by I Hate Dragsters:
What about crower?


I love their lifters ...cant say Ive used their rockers....I would bet they are just as good in their own way.


Jerry Kathe
 
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Says a broke dyck retard, who can’t back up any of his lies about his claim performance with his pos.


Midget, explain how it is I'm lying, when I say I built the engine & trans in the car with the quickest 60ft 23 sbc 10x28 bias 3200 lbs n/a, when there's video and a timeslip?

Are you retarded midget?


 
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Same car has the 23 sbc mph record 6.40 or slower, no throttle stop 3200 lbs .

How is it I'm lying, if there's a timeslip, and no one on this planet has a timeslip 6.40 or slower, with a faster mph?

Are you retarded midget? .


 
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At what load/spring pressure is a steel rocker recommended over aluminum? I imagine RPM is also a factor in this..?


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