new spring tool video.chrysler/jeep 3.7v6 4.7v8 easy spring/seal/rocker arm replacement
quick video changeing two valve springs on an over head cam v8 .or v6 chrysler , or almost any over head cam motor .new valve spring compressor makes valve springs/seals replacement easy .if you have tryed chrysler/miller tool # r8387, 8426, or 8516a tool for these you know it is almost impossable to do . this tool was made for 2006 and newer chrysler 4.7 v8 over head cam , dual spark plug motors , will also work on older 4.7v8 and 3.7v6 motors.valve springs/seals can be changed in vehicle . this tool will pay for itself with the first single spring replacement ! .i have heard stories about chrysler / jeep dealers charging $ 2500 for a valve spring change !!! when you can do it yourself in a couple of hours . every chrysler/jeep dealer on the planet should own a couple of these ! usa made . if you need one of these call me 314 456 3056 hank.i have tools here,$150.00 free shipping to lower 48 states. and we will ship anywhere.i have these tools available for sale on ebay..also have new injectors siemens deka #04591851aa $100 bucks for a set of 8 shipped , yes i know video sucks .i am a working man , and dont have much extra time , we are going to post another video soon that will be way better.stay tuned e mail at email@example.com ..thanks for watching.....
Chrysler 4.7 Spring compressor comparison.
I just changed my valve spring seals to stop an oil burning issue with my Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4.7 HO engine. This is a comparison of the “new tool “and the Miller 8387 tool used on a Jeep 4.7 HO V8. I found that the Miller tool was more difficult to use but it was far stronger and compressed the springs straight down so there was less interference for installing the valve spring keepers. The ‘new tool” unfortunately deformed with each spring compression and had to be straightened in a vice using a big screwdriver before proceeding to the next spring. Hank Cullen told me that the new tool would not deform while being used on my engine and was kind enough to send a free second tool when the first one bent. However, the second tool was no better. Hank also told me that the valve springs for the 4.7 HO are the same as the springs on the regular 4.7 engine. I later learned that the HO springs have a higher spring rate which probably was the reason the tool deformed under normal use. See this link for explanation of the up rated springs on the 4.7 HO. http://www.wjjeeps.com/ho_engine.htm The two “new tools” are now somewhat worn but could still be used on a regular 4.7 or the 3.7. Let me know if you want them for good price. The Miller 8387 is also available for a good price. firstname.lastname@example.org
How To: Remove Valve Springs + DIY Valve Spring Compressor!
In a pinch? Need to remove your valve springs but don't have a tool? Learn how to make one! I was installing LS6 valve springs on my L67 3800 SC engine and bought the wrong tool. I ended up making a simple tool to remove and install the valve springs in only a few minutes! I'll show you how to do both! As always, feel free to comment and ask questions! I would be happy to help. Music courtesy of Youtube's free music library. Intro and outro: Silent Partner - Ghost Walk