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Nissan truck 97 model 2400 12 valverocker arm shaft torgur specs

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ON THE ARM GEAR! THERE IS A SMALL CLIP THE HOLD THEM ON THE GEAR! YOU'LL NEED TO TAKE A SMALL SCREW DRIVER, AND PRY THE CLIP AWAY FROM THE GEAR, WHILE RAISING THE ARM OFF THE GEAR!

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rocker arm and shaft torque is 13 - 16 ft lbs

Posted on Apr 06, 2011

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