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What is the piston to vavle clearance at top dead center on a 1998 chevy s10 2.2L?

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The problem with this question is its not revelant to the engine so there is no spec for this . I can give you the closed valve lbs for the springs 78 lbs or open is 228lbs the valve lash is not adjustable it has hydrolic lifters the plunger travelis 0.2177thpush rod length 8.299 inchs. So i can tell you what you want to know but you need to ask me the question differantly .What do you want to know and i'll will tell you

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