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|Jim Morey||Does anybody know the valve adjustment on a farmall H?
|pete||dont you have a shop manual? you might be able to find it online,someplace
|Jim||It is .017, hot, cold , or in between. I'll get some disagreement on that I know. Point is, set them at .017, run it a bit and recheck. Be sure to insert feeler gauge before you fiddle with the rocker arm as those old worn rockers will shift a little and give you a false reading. Also, if rocker arm is worn where it contacts valve stem you need to check clearance at the spot it actually contacts valve.
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