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i looked at it again , and figured out the smaller scaling , but it's still open to interpretation (depending on how you look , how straight you put the caliper, where you put it on top of the spring, ... )

have somebody looking for the specific tool , if he finds one , i'll use that, if not, then i guess i'll just have to live with it...

that shrink tubing for the valve stem seal , think i'll try that, although i'm not sure if it there's enough room to get it in between valve guide and valve stem seal , it's allready tight as it is...

i read something on a mustang forum , about taking off some material from the top of the valve guide, so the valve stem seal fits better , anyone heard of this??

sounds weird to me , the thight fit seems required, so the thing doesn't move , and actually seals well , > less oil wasted.
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