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Hi guys. Im rebuilding a '98 350 and have a question about the camshaft bearing installation. There is a groove aroung each bearing surface in the block with a feed hole in the bottom from the crank and a relief hole in the top. The rear is different with a feed hole in the top middle and two other holes that are <30*> offset to feed the lifter valleys. I talked to a machine shop and they say to line the bearing holes approximatly 45* offset with the feed hole in the block to keep oil pressure up. How is the rear bearing installed?