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Old 06-29-2019, 05:15 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm tearing down my D16A6 and I have been reading posts and watching youtube video's on how to go about the removal of the valve springs on a D series head. I have yet to see a good tool for this job that is relatively sane and without the possibility of losing the keepers. I have found an OTC 4572 that looks like it might work and I would like to know if anyone here uses the OTC or knows of a great way of compressing the springs for removal of the keepers and will allow the installation to be without incident.
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Looks OK to me.
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should do the job but will be a pain in the ass to get to the keepers if you have short stubby fingers.


I see you only have one eye so make sure whatever tool you do chose always wear safety googles while using .

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The tool looks to me that its has plenty of open space for use of a magnet to pull those keepers out.
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I use this:Lisle 36050 Valve Keeper Remover and Installer Kit
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