I'm still working on the valve adjustment on my 05 LT. It all sounds so simple when you read the instructions, but then things never seem to go as easy when you get working on it. To start with, I'm having trouble moving the chain tensioner down so I can lock it out of the way. I though I had it down when I took the cams off the first time, but soon found out I didn't after I got the cam gears off. It doesn't seem to want to move very freely, even though I've rotated the rear wheel to maybe pump oil out of it. I did get it to move a couple times, and was able to get the gears back on and everything back together, but I might have to take it all apart again, as I'm not sure if I have the right clearances on the buckets. That brings me to the other issue I'm having with this procedure. I'm rotating the rear wheel until the cam lobes for the valves I want to check are pointing away from the valves as the procedure I'm following states I need to do. However, it does not say exactly where these lobes need to be to get the right measurement. The procedure I'm using http://www.gunsmoke.com/motorcycling/k1200rs/valves/index.html says it is not that critical exactly where they are, but I've found that I'm getting a good reading in one spot and insufficient clearance in another on the same valve bucket. Both readings are on the rounded part of the cam opposite the lobe. What's going on here. Is that part of the cam not completely round opposite the lobe, and if so, where is the exact point I need to align to make an accurate measurement?