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|Henry||I have a mf 2135 1966 4 cyl cont. checked compression and #1 cyl very low, can I pull the head and only replace the bad valves or would it be best to do complete valve job.
|Butch||Yes you can if money and time is an issue.
A complete valve job is not that expensive.
Doing a complete valve job will help keep all the cylinders equal with compression.
If you fix one and others have some leakage through some valves the compression balance between them may be more than you would want.
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