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Rocker arm resurfacing


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Old 10-28-2010, 07:32:23 PM
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Default Rocker arm resurfacing

Looking for a rocker arm resurfacing attachment for a valve grinder.

Or pictures of one with dimensions so I can build one.

I have a black and decker valve grinder.

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Old 10-30-2010, 07:21:03 PM
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Default Re: Rocker arm resurfacing

If no one has helped you, let me know and I will e mail pictures of my rocker arm refacer on my valve grinder.
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Default Re: Rocker arm resurfacing

My Kwick-Way has an attachment that is nothing more than a slotted, adjustable bracket with a perfictly vertical post a little in front of and off to the side of the stem tip refacing wheel (cupped) on the back end of the machine. There are a pair of centering cones for the rocker to go between that you drop over the pin. You hold the rocker down and with a little pressure against the cupped wheel, cycle the slide a half a dozen times over the rocker tip and it follows the radius around on the tip really well. It works better than you would think.
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