What Jeff said ^^^ above , it is all about cycles . Keep an eye on the axle clips , they try to work their way out of their groove and the lifter starts to spread the fork . Take them out and inspect them as often as possible before you have to beat them out from beneath and repair the lifter bores and the camshaft . If you have to run solid rollers on the street maybe consider a larger dia. lifter since they have a larger dia. wheel and axle that can take the stress a bit longer than stock dia. lifters . Just a thought .