Hey guys, So this is probly a really stupid question, but I'm going to ask anyways because it's not making sense to me. I watched online on measuring valve clearance and I understand how to do it by taking the feeler and going under the cam lobe. My thing is.. none of my gauges fit.. For example the exhaust side on my bike calls for .20 - .25 to be in spec. I can take my .05 feeler and it doesnt fit. I cant see the valves being off this much. The bike is a 2012 YZ450F, with around 30 or 40 hours I would say. Its my first time checking valves since I bought it. Now when I use the feeler.. should it go all the way through the cam lobe and come out on the other side? because right now even the smallest feeler I have goes in about half way and stops. And yes its TDC and everything is correct and I can read decimals correctly. My guess is yes the feeler should go all the way through and have a slight drag when doing a back and forth motion. But I mean... damn... a .05 wont even fit??? thats crazy to me. Same goes for intake. It calls for .10 to a .15 for in tolerance. and my .05 wont fit. The bike ran fine and started in 1 or 2 kicks. Am I doing it wrong or should I get a smaller feeler gauge?