Question about Ford F-100
Unless you have changed the valve train in some way there is no adjustment. Just tighten the rocker arm bolts to 18 Ft.Lbs. Make sure the aluminum square piece fits down in the slot in the head. If try to start the engine right away, with used lifters, it probably won't start. The lifters have to bleed down to allow the valves to close all the way. Leave it sit for a half hour or so. With new lifters, it should start right up, assuming you have everything else right but, the lifters will clatter for a bit until the oil pressure is up.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
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