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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: is it necessary to replace
hydraulics lifters you must replace as they will wear out.
solid tappet lifters can just be adjusted for. Unless you have some custom old engine in yours I'd imagine yours is the first.
You might also try running some pennzoil or quaker state oil to reduce clatter. They're wax based and will often do wonders for semi-clogging the right areas while keeping the other places open. Great for hi mileage motors.
Posted on Aug 13, 2010
its always best to get a book with the specs because almost every engine has lash adjustment. allthough not alway just adjustable. what i meen is that some engines, fords did it , u have to change the pushrod. on overhead cam engines u had to change lifters theres a lot of ways to do it but u should probly get the specs.
Posted on Nov 18, 2010
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