Well I finally had time to finish the spring swap was pretty easy once you get going..
Here is the tool..besides the guy using it..
I just used fitting you find in a compression tester..Figured I better not drink during this process..
Take out the shrader valve and screw it into the cylinder you are working on. I also used the TDC method because I didn't wanna end up what I did on the first one almost dropping the damn thing..
Tighten everything up and then start cranking down..SOme of the locks needed a tap on them to come loose..
Once you take those locks off you just pull the spring/retainer out and your left with the seal and seat.
I used a pair of plies and a little twist and turn and they come right out and used a magnetic tool for the seats to come out.
The install is the opposite oil everything up drop the seat in. Put the new seals in and I used the tool that your supposed to use I didn't like the socket and hammer idea. It was 7 bucks off ebay..J-42078 Valve Stem Oil Seal Installer
I read somewhere that the locks are a pain to install and use some lube to keep them on the top of the valve. It worked like a champ..
one is done..
15 more to go..It goes quick after the first one..all done!!!
I'm trying to free this Friday up to get the cam and meth in..:cheers: