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01-20-06, 06:17 PM   #1  
Torque Values

Hey, everyone. I've got the neighbors snowblower apart to change a broken con rod. It's a Tecumseh HM80 155128E 8173D & if anyone can give me the torque values for the head bolts & the connecting rod bolts, I would appreciate the help Thanks in advance Roger

 
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01-20-06, 06:30 PM   #2  
Legend:
in. lbs. "inch pounds"
ft. lbs. "foot pounds"
Nm "Newton metres"

Cylinder Head:

in. lbs. 200
ft. lbs. 16.5
Nm 22.5

Connecting Rod:
in. lbs. 210
ft. lbs. 17.5
Nm 24

 
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01-21-06, 05:37 AM   #3  
Additionally, if needed, sump cover - 125 in. lbs.; flywheel nut - 40 ft. lbs.

 
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01-21-06, 07:10 AM   #4  
Thanks for the quick reply, guys, & yes, I do need the sump cover.. Off to work. It's snowing like crazy right now

 
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