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wd 45 valve lash adjustment

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glenn veillon

03-31-2010 08:18:06

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i need to set the valve lash on my wd 45 . any info as for the procedure and what is the setting also wandering how to rotate crank. mine has the hand crank but i have no hand crank?? thanks

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El Toro

04-01-2010 15:00:29

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 Re: wd 45 valve lash adjustment in reply to glenn veillon, 03-31-2010 08:18:06  
Remove No1 sparkplug and bring No1 piston near the radiator to TDC on the compression stroke. Then adjust valves counting from the radiator 1,2,3 & 5. Then rotate the engine one full turn and adjust valves 4,6,7 & 8. Hal

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03-31-2010 18:49:07

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 Re: wd 45 valve lash adjustment in reply to glenn veillon, 03-31-2010 08:18:06  
.012i .012ex roll the motor untill you see one rocker arm just barely start down then do the lash on the one it pairs to . for instance no.1 exhaust valve is the one that is starting down then adjust the lash on no.1 intake valve . I have turned them with a pipe wrench on the front pulley hub but you should be able to do this by bumping the starter also.

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