Re: How to Remove Hydraulic Lifters - Heads On
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Re: How to Remove Hydraulic Lifters - Heads On



It's not that hard.
Usually they will lift right out.
If not, just a little coaxing goes a long way




On 4/25/17, ddavids <ddavids@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I'm intent on replacing the camshaft on my 64 Dodge 880  w/ 383 and I'd
> like to do it with the engine in the car and not pulling the heads off.
>
> How difficult is it to remove the old valve lifters? One machinist I asked
> said it can be difficult because they get stuck with varnish over time.
>
> I seem to recall there is a tool that will help yank them out. Has anyone
> on the list done this?
>
> Dan Davids
> Seattle
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