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Old 08-16-2015, 09:26 PM   #1
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Default 94/99 Valve Keeper Differences

Well, stupid me when taking apart the heads I did not label the two bags I have all my keepers in and not sure which came from the '94 head and which came from the '99 head. Is there a way to tell the difference? From looking at the two, one looks thicker than the other.
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The 94 keeper is the thicker one. They would not fit into my Supertech springs where the 99 fit perfectly.
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Ah, Perfect. Thanks.
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