I apologize if this has been answered before, but I didn't find anything on it...

Okay, so I got the heads cleaned up on my '87 today (was overheated, and headgasket went before I bought it) Anyway, I ran a true bar and feeler gauge across the serface as outlined in a haynes manual.. Here's the problem...around the center combustion chambers (the void between it and the other two ) when going across at an angle, the passenger side is .005, and the drivers is .003-.004 . I know the specified max. is .004, but should I really be too worried about this?

Any help would be appreciated..

Thanks,

Sean

Okay, so I got the heads cleaned up on my '87 today (was overheated, and headgasket went before I bought it) Anyway, I ran a true bar and feeler gauge across the serface as outlined in a haynes manual.. Here's the problem...around the center combustion chambers (the void between it and the other two ) when going across at an angle, the passenger side is .005, and the drivers is .003-.004 . I know the specified max. is .004, but should I really be too worried about this?

Any help would be appreciated..

Thanks,

Sean

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