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What are the cold valve clearances - E-Series Van Ford Cars & Trucks

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  • crzejkr Mar 14, 2011

    what vehicle year make model and engine??

  • workerwalter Mar 14, 2011

    You will need to post what year, body style and what size motor. Most fords have hydralic lifters which don't require clearances.

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Model and Engine size please?
Regards, DT

Posted on Mar 14, 2011

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