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Old 02-15-2020, 07:51 AM   #28
Adam Strang
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Default Re: Dumbo The Flying Elephant

Don't know what to say,we have the same tool at the dealer and it's still in one piece. I've always found the exhaust side to be the easiest to install. Just kind of catch all the pushrods with the cups of the rockers and then lay the shaft over the stands. The intake side you have to make sure that the pushrods are seated down into the tappets.It's a pain when the engine is in the vehicle because you can't see holes in the head when installing the pushrods. Just my experience with them being a flat rate tech,good luck with your new car.
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