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Old 03-20-2003, 12:32 AM
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Lightbulb Instructions for 292 motor valve adjustment!! Any help is desperately needed!!!!

I have a 292 in a 1963 4 x 4 truck, and I am needing to know the proceedure on a valve adjustment and timing! I really could use some help learning the steps. I am engine literate, and know most car engines. I just bought this classic 63 and am not familiar with it's motor yet.
THANKS SOOO much, you can email me any attachments or scans if neccessary at scottylove123(No Email Addresses In Posts!).
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