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Valve adjustment specs

I am going back on with the valve rack and cam shaft.What is the valve clearance adjustment sequence?

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That could be dependent on the engine. BUT, since you didn't tell anyone, it is impossible to give you a concise answer. anyway, once you decide what engine, look it up yourself on the internet rather than take someone's word for it.
setting that clearance adjustment could be really important for engine life.

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