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I have that tool!!! except its for my drag motors hooks up to the rockers, makes replacing valves springs a breeze............maybe it will work on my y8 hhhhmmmmmmm?
 

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Mines a little different than the one pictured and red haha. Ill take a picture of it tomorrow. Ill give it a try on the d once i have some down time when i dont need my car
 

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man, using those types of compressor



is such a hassle. they tend to slip off and make the parts jump
in all directions (danger to eyes). i guess i have to look into
a better one like yours!
 

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Dude I use the big clamp one too and I don't think I've ever had it slip off, I've done a few engines with it too.

My favourite method for removal though is probly hammer and socket...only problem then is keepers, man those bastards can fly
 

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Although I've never tried it on dual valve springs, I like my tool. No bolting and unbolting just push and go

Those work well for Hondas, but try using one of those on a Big Block dual valve springs. lol. The tried and trued C clamp is the way to go.
On second thought, i would like to try the bolt on type.
 
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