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Bolt torque specifications.
|ROBERT LATHAM||I need the torque specifications for engine HEAD BOLTS and piston CONNECTING ROD bolts for a CASE 850 CRAWLER,Model= D13662,Can anyone help with this please?
|AJ||I am not sure of the engine in your machine and the torques I have are for a Cummins 6.590 that uses yeild bolts,the main bearing caps are torqued to 129 Lb Ft plus a further 90°,Rod caps 74 Lb Ft plus 90°,Cylinder head short 66 Lb Ft plus 90°,Long bolts 89Lb Ft plus 90°,torque the bolts up to their spec and turn them one quarter turn more,I usually mark the bolts rather than use an angle gauge,I mark all the bolts on the same side then when I have turned them the 90° it is easy to know the ones done.
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