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Old 06-03-2006, 21:26   #1 (permalink)
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Valve clearance for Yella Terra roller rockers

I have a 351c that is down on compression on cylinders 1 and 5. the motor came with the rockers allready installed so i dont have any real info about the set up. Does anyone know the correct clearances? thanx
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Re: Valve clearance for Yella Terra roller rockers

Clearances will be anywhere from 18 to 30 thou. A safe setting is 22thou.
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Re: Valve clearance for Yella Terra roller rockers

If they are adjustables, turn them to zero lash (when the pushrod is hard to turn), and then tighten them between 90-180 degrees.
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