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I adjusted my valves today and I found this video helpful. Is Big74Blazer a member of our forum? If you are Thank You

 

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I adjusted my valves today and I found this video helpful. Is Big74Blazer a member of our forum? If you are Thank You


I posted this video in the video section a while back and no one has claimed to be the person who made the video, so I am going to guess that they are either not a member or are a member who has not been active for a very long time.
 

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Thanks it's a good one. After watched a few times took notes and easily completely the job.
 

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That was a non member video.
 

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If you use the timing mark on the upper sprocket you can adjust both valves at the same time without moving anything. Personally I find this to be the easiest way.
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Elime I like your way better it eliminates the guesswork on the valves being in the proper position. I'll try this next time.
 
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