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Old 01-07-2013, 07:16 PM
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Exclamation Need Torque chart and specs for top end

Im replacing the head gasket and some other gaskets in the top end of the engine, and i need to know how much torque to tighten the bolts on the head, and in what order.

anyone have charts or something????

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I'm guessing your talking about a 2000 700? Head bolts 18-22ft lbs. cylinder base nuts 30- 34ft lbs Tighten your head bolts first before you tighten the cylinder base nuts. I don't know how to upload charts but basically start in the middle of the head and work your way out to each end, take it a few increments at a time. I'll do a pass at about 10lbs, then again at 15, then again at 22. Once you've heat cycled it a couple of times torque it again at 22. When you drop the head bolts in use some type of sealer on the base of the head of the bolt, I just use high temp. silicone but there is another thread on here right now that gives you a few other ideas.
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