i am restoring one of these and the book that i have is not too clear on how to do this. i have already found lots of use full tips and instructions for other areas that i needed help with on this web site so i thought that i would try here for an answer. thatnks for all the help. rick
Re: valve lash on AC- B in reply to rick, 09-02-2003 15:27:48
Without running to my manual... I think it's .010" but that's hot. If you're setting up a rebuild, adjust the valves so you have some wiggle (about .020") and that will let you start and get it up to opperating temp.
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