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Old 03-15-2019, 10:32 AM
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Valve clearance worksheet

A small contribution to the community. Excel and PDF versions of the valve clearance worksheets for your enjoyment.
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Re: Valve clearance worksheet

I messed around with the second one and made it in Landscape format. Much larger and easier to use. Thanks. This is also in the factory DVD but as mentioned I like a large version.
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