Deutz engine valve clearances vibration

So after our Fendt (Deutz engine) 400 series had a major 2000 hr service we have noticeably worse cold start vibrations now, less noticeable once warm on tick over, seems to smooth out off idle but still not right. Valve clearances were adjusted and all oils changed. Anybody come across this before? Suspecting the valve clearances were taken up too much….
 

Timbo

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So after our Fendt (Deutz engine) 400 series had a major 2000 hr service we have noticeably worse cold start vibrations now, less noticeable once warm on tick over, seems to smooth out off idle but still not right. Valve clearances were adjusted and all oils changed. Anybody come across this before? Suspecting the valve clearances were taken up too much….

Have off the rocker cover and check clearances?
 
Yeap that's what I said to myself! I would usually have done it myself, so maintain its value thought I'd have it serviced "properly", anyway spoke to dealer apparently valve clearance adjustment wouldn't cause shaking and I'm expecting too much for an 8,000 hr odd machine - usually they're checked cold, convinced they're overtightened so will probably check myself if I can get the specs from anywhere....
 

Timbo

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Yeap that's what I said to myself! I would usually have done it myself, so maintain its value thought I'd have it serviced "properly", anyway spoke to dealer apparently valve clearance adjustment wouldn't cause shaking and I'm expecting too much for an 8,000 hr odd machine - usually they're checked cold, convinced they're overtightened so will probably check myself if I can get the specs from anywhere....
0.12 intake and 0.18 exhaust be q start
 
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