Degreeing a Camshaft & Checking Valve-to-Piston Clearance - Engine Builder Magazine

Degreeing a Camshaft & Checking Valve-to-Piston Clearance

In this highly anticipated video, Jeff McCord of LinCo Diesel Performance clears up some common confusion surrounding what goes into degreeing a camshaft and properly checking valve-to-piston clearance.

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