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That should cover the needs. Some of the camshaft seals come with the valve cover gasket kits, but you would have to confirm depending on what get you buy.

Do you have the tool for compressing the shim cup to remove the shim? Obviously need feeler gauges. Are you going to open it up, check clearances, close it up, order shims, then do it all again when you have the new shims? I had my truck down for a week while I waited on the new shims. I was able to swap around 50% of the shims, but needed the rest new to get the right clearances.
 

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Yeah, that's kinda weird. Worn cam or worn spring? Typically exhaust valves get tighter until they get burnt completely then obviously compression is lost.
 
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