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|Mike||What is the correct tourque pressure for the head bolts, and the correct sequence? Thanks for your efforts.
|Mark||Hi, I have the same question re Kubota WG600 3cyl gas engine - What is the correct tourque pressure for the head bolts, and the correct sequence? Do you have any links to manuals for doing engine repairs?
Many thanks Mark
|Mitch||My shop manual states: Cylinder head stud 17.4-20.3 ft-lbs. Cylinder head screw and nut 28.9-32.5 ft-lbs.
|Ralph||I need to know what the rod bolt torque is for WG600 can anyone help with that, thanks