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Torquing cylinder head on john deere 4039 diesel torque turn???
Does anyone know what this means I got a print out it says step one 75 ft lbs step 2 110 ft lbs step 3 verify 110 ft lbs. Then is says step 4 torque turn an additional 60?? 10? but doesnt say 60 or 10 what? And I dont have the table can anyone define this.
|ross||Does this print out have the numbering sequence which bolt you start torquing first? Go through and torque all head bolts to 75 ft lbs, then 110, then check them again. Next step is to torque turn them an additional 60 degrees. Use a breaker bar to turn the bolts. An easy way to do this is to mark a line on the head of the bolt to see how far you have turned it in comparision to the other bolts. And as far as the "10", I would say that it is plus or minus 10 degrees. I am assuming these are new head bolts you are using. Good Luck.