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Rocker arm gap

I broke i one rod and bent another in my 1967 slant six now the motor is in my boat can you tell me what the specks are for my rocker are to my valve spring

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That engine was used in so many different models, I would suggest you check a public library for a Chilton or perhaps even a factory manual of that era. I think there would be several possible vehicles (and manuals) that would contain the specs you need.
Most larger llibraries have them or can get them in through their system.

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