Originally Posted by SST4530
I'm going out on a limb here so someone correct me if I'm wrong. AMC V8's came factory with non adjustable rockers with pivots and connecting bridge between intake and exhaust valves for each coresponding cylinder. Having studs in the heads and individual rockers leads me to believe these have been modified so each valve can be adjusted. .
Not to my surprise, cause these things always happen to me, the AMC 1972 304 v8 was the only motor to have a stud out, semi-circled pivot ball and no bridges. On the re-builder's
and maintenance manuals
they do not go into this particular year. I will keep researching, thank you very much for the info, I will give it a try, I am doing a P.O.R treatment to all the tin, so hopefully by the end of the weekend I will try to have the motor back in place.
Thank you all so much!!!