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Flat-head engines (older lawnmower engines, early car engines) have the valve ports actually in the block face opening upward (the head is an entirely passive piece with zero moving parts except for the coolant). The valve stems go downward into the block, and there are side compartments for access to the valve springs and lifter adjustments. The cam is ...


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Knowing that a Ford engine has gone 1.1 million miles with proper care; why subscribe to letting you think something other than performing maintenance might lead to a known point where once damage has occurred: one might get the vehicle back into a fully functional operation short of correcting all the damage to the point of all specifications restored. ...


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