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4.7L cam Damage...best fix?

My passenger side cam has wear damage to the cam lobes in my2005 4.7L grand Cherokee. They say the only way to fix it is to purchase a new cam. I figured if I have to replace it I might as well get some more power out of the truck. Nothing to aggressive. Does any one have any recommendations on a good cam, cam kit or maybe another solution to the problem?

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