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broke! sent the little parts down the oil return to crankcase
Worked fine seals are great
Just as namehere stated! They shear and venture into your heads! NO BUENO.
Makes shimming much easier, will know how they hold up down the road !
mekas the rocker arm fit to tight.
Much needed kit to stop a common oil leak on Shovels. Easy install, and everything fit better than OEM....Great Job J&P !!! Hoot, Maryville, TN
Very handy and easy to use kit!I would recommend buying this product.
Tricky Terry Posted:
So far it is great, not sure if adjustments are made on a warm engine or a cold one if leaks are present? Takes the guess work out of the shim qtys!
This is one of those products that look good on paper. It is critical to make sure there is enough clearance before installing these. If the clearance is too tight the fragile hardened washer will split into pieces and that is not what you want going through the internals of your beloved aluminum Shovelhead. I speak from experience.
Stacy D Smith Posted:
The spacer will fit on the rocker shaft. It is a snug fit so you must oil it or lube it with some engine assembly lube, placeit on the shaft past the threads, slide the stock spacer over top and gently tap it into place. A deep well socket 11/16" works nicely.
Installation instructions are for a CCI kit. Product is manufactured by Sifton. The small spacer will not slide on the rocker shaft past the threads, this renders the kit unuseable (except for the seals). I've used the CCI kits before without any problem. The Sifton kit will not work on a 1970 Shovelhead.
The "RAM JETT ROCKER ADJUSTER KIT" is by far one of the best kits you can invest in for a Shovelhead.
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