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N62 Valve Adjustment

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patsdeere

04-25-2011 21:01:16
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I was trying to adjust the valves on the continental n62, and I am having a heck of a time figuring it out. I am used to jds that have a nut and a screw to set the valves. I can't figure this n62 out. What/how are you supposed to adjust the thing? Any tricks (other than having thin wrenches)?

Thanks.




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MNGB

04-26-2011 10:54:26
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 Re: N62 Valve Adjustment in reply to patsdeere, 04-25-2011 21:01:16  
Hi Pat, you'll need a set of thin tappet wrenches, just no way around it. its best to do them per the firing order (1-3-4-2) and after your thur check them again.

GB in MN



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patsdeere

04-26-2011 22:44:06
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 Re: N62 Valve Adjustment in reply to MNGB, 04-26-2011 10:54:26  
I figured as much. To tappet wrenchville I go.

Once I get them, I can't seem to figure out how to acutally get them to stay since it seems like there is the little part on top (that hits the valve) that screws into the middle piece that then scews into the actual lifters. What am I missing?

Thanks.



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noncompos

04-27-2011 09:00:47
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 Re: N62 Valve Adjustment in reply to patsdeere, 04-26-2011 22:44:06  
If you haven't gotten advice by now, the illus in a 50 Motor Manual shows the tappet screw screws into a lock nut which in turn screws into the lifter body (lifter "barrel").
Can try shooting and emailing pic if helpful.
If already figured out no reply necessary.



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El Toro

04-26-2011 04:19:49
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 Re: N62 Valve Adjustment in reply to patsdeere, 04-25-2011 21:01:16  
You should place your request over on the MH forum as this engine was used on their Pony tractor. The AC G also used this engine. Hal



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