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I took the motor down to the heads the valve push rods got mixed up i need to know the order they go in i know the exhaust is longer than the intake what i don't know is the order they go in. after i put the motor together it runs but it is very rough so i think i may have the rods mixed up

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I presume you have the service manual. it should say in there. the running rough may be more a timing issue

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It is VERY simple. The Intake valve push rods (marked with ORANGE paint) are shorter than the exhaust valve push rods (marked with BLUE paint) If you cannot see the paint, you can always stand them up next to each other...it is pretty obvious which ones are which.

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