In a message dated 11/5/00 9:16:40 PM Pacific Standard Time, firstname.lastname@example.org
> Guys, Seems to me the valves next to the ports that feed them or exhaust
> them would be a clue. Don't forget sometimes two in a row can still be
> exhaust or intake valves. ALSO, it tells this stuff in the shop manuals,
> guys oughta get one or read the one you have. A cleaner way to set and not
> smash the feeler gauge up is to do it cold. You need to find TDC on #1 set
> them, then turn crank certain # of degrees and set another set (not
> neccessarilly in order either) and another turn, set, turn, set till done.
> Cold settings are larger than hot settings. Maybe the Inliner's site or
> Stovebolt Eng Co site can get you instructions through that procedure.
> Patrick's too.
> Sorry, had to pick on you guys! HA!
Heck. Pick away...as I mentioned before, after the first time i set them,
there has never been a need to reference the manuals again, and I still have
my MoToRs and Shop manuals sitting close by "just in case" :o)
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