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What are the torque specifications for the valve springs after replacing the oil seals?


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2007-02-23 13:08:19
2007-02-23 13:08:19

Valve springs are not torqued they have no bolts on them at all, they are held in place by keepers that fit into the notches on the end of the valves.

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