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01-04-2005 08:53 AM
Originally posted by RCastle
Made me a dumas!
Second that motion
01-04-2005 06:33 AM
Originally posted by RCastle
Made me a dumas!
01-04-2005 05:28 AM
RCastle Made me a dumas!
01-04-2005 12:36 AM
jimfulco Pontiac valves don't adjust like a Chevy. They are screwed down tight.

Here's a chart for Pontiac V8's, looks like 20lb/ft for rocker nuts:
01-03-2005 04:32 PM
RCastle Second that motion.
01-03-2005 04:17 PM
Siggy_Freud You mean for adjusting the valves? I've never used a spec. I just follow the adjustment process. When they are on the back of their lobes I take the up and down play out of the pushrod and then do 3/4 turn.
01-03-2005 04:00 PM
torque specs

I have a pontiac 350 out of an 1975 Firebird. And I am trying to find out what is the correct torque specs on the rocker arms. They are stock rocker arms. Some people tell me tighten to 60 ft pounds. I don't know, any thing will help. Thanks

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