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Valve adjust

Old 12-30-2014, 04:11 PM
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Question Valve adjust

Anyone in the Denver area know of a quality diesel shope on the north side of Denver that will do a first rate job of adjusting the valves to the original specs as stated on the valve cover?? I'm due for the 100K adjust.
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Old 12-30-2014, 06:34 PM
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It's fairly easy to do... a barring tool, inch pound torque wrench, feeler gauges and some basic hand tools... easy day.

If you're interested in doing it yourself, I'm sure I could find a few links on how to DIY.
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ats does some pretty awesome work. I've seen a few of their builds run 10's at bandimere, so i think they know what they are doing. and they're in arvada.

but i would also agree with madhat. it would be very cost effective to do it yourself
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