Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: Pleasant Grove,Utah
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Actualy there is a reason for that. If, by chance you have installed any lifters that have not bled down yet, positioning the engine so none of the pistons are at TDC is a good idea. It will keep you from bending a pushrod, or a rocker.
After tightening the rockers its a good idea to rotate the engine by hand just to make sure you don't have any problems.
Micha, Pleasant Grove, Utah
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