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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 08-28-2009, 01:33 AM Thread Starter
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I did do a search but couldnt come up w/ it. I was wondering how long (a general idea) I should allow to install a set of 910 valve springs and pushrods one night. Thanks
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Re: 910 valve springs

better figure on a weekend

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Re: 910 valve springs

IF you have done valve springs before it can be done in a night... the pushrods are easy, you just have to go slow because of turning the motor over. If this is your first time then better figure a weekend.

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Re: 910 valve springs

Kinda like surgury... those dang little keeper pins...
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What he said... a small magnetic telescoping pole is A MUST.

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What he said... a small magnetic telescoping pole is A MUST.

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Re: 910 valve springs

if you have done it before about 2-2.5 hrs w/ the motor on the floor.

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Re: 910 valve springs

ya shouldn't take that long as long as the engine is out. however if its in the hole, different story. easier yet w/ the heads off!!!! good luck

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Re: 910 valve springs

just did one in the truck. took me 4 hours. that a/c box is a b!tch to get around but it can be done. just depends on how good ya are on stuff. id give a day to do it if ya got the tools tho.
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Re: 910 valve springs

Damn maybe I should just pull the cab...
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