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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Forum
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2N Valve Removal

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rapidfire

05-16-2017 16:22:06




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I'm working on a 2N that had a stuck piston. Before buttoning it back up, I want to lap the valves. I am having problems getting them out. The guides will not budge. I should also mention that I first cleaned them up the best I could with carb cleaner and been spraying PB Blaster on them each day.

I tried modifying a screwdriver to pry them down (as seen on this site) but no movement. I have tried multiple valves. I can move the clips back and forth so I know they're not the problem. They appear to be the original two piece guides.

Today I compressed a spring and took out the retainer clip on the bottom (1 piece clip) and slid off the spring. I can not remove the valve itself since it's the older mushroom type. I tried to work around it with it as far up as possible and drive the guide down with a punch. No luck.
Is my only choice to cut off the mushroom end, remove the valve and drive out the guide with something (socket maybe)? I was hoping to reuse them if possible.

Just looking for ideas. Thanks.

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rapidfire

05-17-2017 06:08:21




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 Re: 2N Valve Removal in reply to rapidfire, 05-16-2017 16:22:06  
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Do you know what this is called or where to get one? That looks different from the valve bar I seen online for about $35.



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Jock(OR)

05-16-2017 19:33:21




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 Re: 2N Valve Removal in reply to rapidfire, 05-16-2017 16:22:06  

Here is a photo of a tool used to reach under the valve head and drive the guide downward. It may break the guide loose from the carbon.



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Ken(Ark)

05-16-2017 19:06:19




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 Re: 2N Valve Removal in reply to rapidfire, 05-16-2017 16:22:06  
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Sounds like they are stuck tight and cutting off the head may be the most practical way to go . I probably have a couple sets of used mushroom stemmed valves that I will never use . I would be glad to send them to you . They are not worth trying to sell on ebay and I hate to throw them away .



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rapidfire

05-16-2017 16:46:10




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 Re: 2N Valve Removal in reply to rapidfire, 05-16-2017 16:22:06  
Sorry for the double post. Not sure how to delete this one.



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