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Old September 26th, 2009, 06:40 AM   #2
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torque specs that may not be listed in all manuals
Courtesy of chirico site
http://chircoestore.com/wordpress/?page_id=23
Torque Specifications for type 1 3


Type 1 3
Part - ft-lb size (dia x pitch)

Connecting rod nut 24 m 91
Connecting rod capscrew 32 m 91
Crankcase nut 14 m 8
Crankcase nut 25 m 121.5
Cylinder head nut 8mm 18 m 8
Cylinder head nut 10mm 23 m 10
Rockershaft nut 18 m 8
Heat Exchanger at head 14 m 8
Muffler Clamp bolts 7 m 6
Intake manifold nut 14 m 8
Preheat-flange bolt 7 m 6
Oil Pump nut 14 m 8
Oil Pump nut 9 m 6
Oil Drain plug 25 m 141.5
Oil Strainer nut 5 m 6
Oil cooler nut 5 m 6
Oil filler gland nut 40
Flywheel Gland nut 235 m 281.5
Clutch bolt 18 m 81.5
Sparkplug 25 m 141.25
Engine to trans nut 22 m 10
Crossmember bolt 18 m 8
Crossmember bolt 29 m 10
Generator pulley nut 43 m 121.5
Fan nut 43 m 121.5
Crankshaft pulley nut 32 m 201.5
Crossmember to body 18 m 8
Fan/Crankshaft pulley 94-108 m 201.5


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