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Consulting the Motors Auto Repair Manual

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ELVIS APARICIO (9 months ago)
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Don Desnoo (10 months ago)
Pass Side always starved for oil used to run tube from drains of rockers out of covers using fuel line to other side there were kits available in the day at oil sender .switch. They were rough on rod bearings though if oil pressure low😎most were worn-out in the day
rpeek (10 months ago)
All true..
alfred daniel (1 year ago)
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rpeek (1 year ago)
Nope. That's the first time I ever heard of that.
backwoods3214 (4 years ago)
aluminum paint its the junk from bottom off  tin o can u put on gasket that's how  one neibor does that
youth1966truck (4 years ago)
I find it hard to believe that you didn't know about the paint trick. I have used just about every color there is doing that. Permatex makes the copper coat to spray on the gaskets even. I do the intake exhaust for each cylinder method myself when setting the valves.
Kohala Iron Works (4 years ago)
I once had the Motor Truck Repair Manual & the Motor Diesel Engine Repair Manual...my probably threw it away...never could get her to return my stuff...
cutworm59 (4 years ago)
Grind th marks off th rocker arm faces where they contact th valves. Smooth contact points are quitter and easyer to set.
]M (5 months ago)
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old64goat (4 years ago)
Back in the late 60's I had to have the valves done on my 63' Ford, it was a 223 6, I took off the head and brought it to a machine shop to have the valves & guides replaced. When it was done the guy told me to coat the head gasket with aluminum paint. I think even today that may be a good idea.
MrHevyshevy (4 years ago)
I love those old manuals. I try to buy em every chance I get.
Brian M0OAB (4 years ago)
when they're both a rocking.
zx8401ztv (4 years ago)
That looks like a valuable book full of data, also smashing hand drawn diagrams :-)) I have an old radio repair book by f.j.cam and every illustration is hand drawn, old books are a work of art. In my youth we just had the haynes manual, ok but never enough info :-(
MrComaToes (4 years ago)
When I was a kid a Motors manual or Chiltons were like oil smudged depositories of arcane automotive wisdom... it was always like a miracle to me that no matter what make, model, engine, transmission or component you were working on it was IN those books!  Considering how many of each of those things there were, it was simply amazing to me then, and it kinda still is!  I still have several of those old automotive bibles myself.
rpeek (4 years ago)
Yep, they was wonders.   Still are if'n ya got an old car..  
transdetendal (4 years ago)
good to see im still working the old ways!!
shartne (4 years ago)
I have done it both ways it dont matter really which way you do it. The book just goes in order. You can do it out of order as long as you dont forget to do one.
Oldvet1946 (4 years ago)
I know you can do it. I have adjusted many of those old engines with no problems. The Motors manual method is very easy to do. You may have to put an outside oilier kit on the old engine to get more lubrication to the rocker arm shaft. Search ebay to find one or JC Whitney. Done quite a few of them way back when. Mike

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