Hey all, I have wanted to cam one of my vehicles for some time, and have finally decided to do it to the 1979 Sierra. I bought a Comp Cam Thumpr 279/297, 0.479"/0.465 and Comp hydraulic flat tappet lifters for my 350 that has about 23,000 miles on it. I am paranoid about wiping a lobe. I wanted to get some of your opinions on maybe how to minimize this risk?? Is there a fail proof way to not wipe a lobe?? I will be of course running break in oil and may even try the spray on graphite for the cam before I use assembly lube on it? I understand the basic break in processes, I just keep hearing about these weird situations where people still wipe lobes on a cam even after following the break in process. Ive only run stock cams in my vehicles unless it was already done, so I just don’t want to mess it up.