How to Install a Ford Roller Rocker?

Answer Ford roller rocker arms are pedestal-mounted from the factory. This means that they sit on a hollow aluminum pedestal with a long bolt running down through the rocker, fulcrum, pedestal and into th... Read More »

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How to Install a Stud-Mounted Roller Rocker?

Roller rocker arms are a popular modification for older American V-8, V-6, and inline six cylinder engines. Roller rocker arms are usually made of aluminum and are much stronger than stock rocker a... Read More »

How to Install Mustang Roller Rocker Arms?

The Mustang's stock rocker arms are a single piece of stamped metal. The tip of these rocker arms slide against the top of the valves, which robs the engine of power and creates heat due to frictio... Read More »

How to Install a Rocker Shaft on a Ford 390 Motor?

The rocker arm in a combustion engine translates the rotation of the camshaft into the linear movement needed to open the intake valve of the cylinder head. The Ford 390 engine appears on various F... Read More »

How to Install New Rocker Panels in a 1985 Ford F-250?

Rocker panels are panels that can be added to the bottom edge of a vehicle to protect it from road grime, mud, snow and other things on the road that contribute to rust. Ford trucks have a very fla... Read More »