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Offline nimrod650

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valves
« on: 01.03. 2016 18:30 »
two brand new ex valves for a10 alloy head on preloved adds part n0 67-155/v215 wo25854 £45 in bsa parts

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Re: valves
« Reply #1 on: 02.03. 2016 08:17 »
Actually sounds expensive to me! Check my prices......
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Re: valves
« Reply #2 on: 02.03. 2016 15:03 »
sorting out my shed at the mo , I managed to mix up a few valves, I know two of them are bent, if I put them in a drill and spin it on "low" will this be accurate enough to sort the bent from the not bent or is there a better method ( I don't own a lathe)
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Re: valves
« Reply #3 on: 02.03. 2016 15:43 »
Don't know about that Bill I've keep an exhaust vale on the shelf over the bench as a constant reminder not to be a soft sod again and cut corners cleaning out an OLD oil tank!
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