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Valve Removal......anyone here do it?

Anyone here able to pop 2 inlet valves out of a cylinder head for me?

I'm in North Dublin.
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Re: Valve Removal......anyone here do it?

I'd usually fashion a bit of flat steel with a couple of holes in it..one to loosley bolt it to the head with a larger hole over the valve big enough to get the collets out,.....and long enough to force the spring down easily....might sound complicated but it's not
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No problem doing it for you if you bring it to me on Monday ,if you donít get sorted before then gimme a shout no problem
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I'd usually fashion a bit of flat steel with a couple of holes in it..one to loosley bolt it to the head with a larger hole over the valve big enough to get the collets out,.....and long enough to force the spring down easily....might sound complicated but it's not
Something for me to make or get made for the future.
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No problem doing it for you if you bring it to me on Monday ,if you donít get sorted before then gimme a shout no problem
Thanks.
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Iíll be in D2 during the week
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Something for me to make or get made for the future.
Piece of piss ..takes 10 minutes to make.....generally find I have to make a new one each time for different bikes or ccars...
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I'd usually fashion a bit of flat steel with a couple of holes in it..one to loosley bolt it to the head with a larger hole over the valve big enough to get the collets out,.....and long enough to force the spring down easily....might sound complicated but it's not
Can you post a pic of the tool you made?
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Can drop into you on Monday or Tuesday if it suits.
Yeah thatís no problem at all
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Re: Valve Removal......anyone here do it?

I have a tool I made from a G-clamp.
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I usually use a socket and tap with a hammer, keys should fall out then
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I usually use a socket and tap with a hammer, keys should fall out then
depending on the stiffness of the spring ive gone with a socket and a narrow magnet down the middle, push it down by hand and magnet picks up collets, but i got a valve spring compressor for like 30 quid and used that since
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If all you want to do is remove them, a socket and hammer never fails.
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Can you post a pic of the tool you made?

...dont have any at the moment, they usually get used for something else afterwards...next time...
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