ajsimmo wrote: ↑11 Jul 2020, 21:35 76mm is good news. Oil behind shims is also good news, as it's wet side of the oil seal. If there's dampness outside check for a groove in the sealing face on the flywheel. That can be fixed with a speedisleeve. Then fit a new oil seal.
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Good to hear that. Was looking at the pushrods today thinking they will need to be replaced, boy the adjustable ones aren't cheap.
Thought about skimping and getting the crushable ones but that involves taking the heads off, I'm a bit concerned that's gonna send me down a rancid rabbit hole of suffering if I did, EG broken studs. But then again if I did that I could check the heads/valve/pistons for wear and tear. If it felt like it had low compression I'd deffo do it, but compression feels solid on all four. I won't know how solid til it's in the van. Plus I don't have a compressor to do a leak down test either, which I guess could show any signs of wear and tear.