Is hardening a camshaft necessary in a rebuilt engine?

Asked by Oct 16, 2014 at 06:40 PM about the 1974 Plymouth Duster

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Yes if the cam is not hardened correctly the lifters will wear through it and the cam will fail. Most all cams sold today are already hardened.

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