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01-12-09, 02:29 PM   #1  
briggs 445677 torque specs

It's not often I get to be the one asking the questions, lol!

Does anyone have a repair manual for a 445677 briggs? I need head bolt and rod bolt torque values. I thought I had a manual to cover it, but nope. I called two other repair shops in the area and neither of them have it either.

I plan on getting one, but if someone can send me the torque values in the meantime I would be appreciative.

Thanks!


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01-12-09, 03:53 PM   #2  
Cheese, Does this help??? It shows 150FT/lb flywheel, 160IN/lb head & 190IN/lb for the rod. Torque Specifications for Briggs and Stratton Please verify first, tho,, Roger

 
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01-12-09, 04:33 PM   #3  
Thanks Roger, I saw that page too, but thats for the 40 cubic inch flathead opposed twin engines. This ones a much newer OHV twin engine... 44 cubic inch. Thanks for trying!


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01-12-09, 04:50 PM   #4  
Got it! ...thanks to 30yeartech!

I'll post them here for the benefit of anyone else who may be searching for this info.

rod bolts 100 inch lbs.
head bolts 220 inch lbs

Thank you 30yeartech!


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01-12-09, 05:41 PM   #5  
It's also available at the Briggs site, I missed it the first time I looked, but it's on the check chart near the bottom...

 
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01-12-09, 11:49 PM   #6  
Cool, thx. I tried to find that chart but could never find a link to it on the briggs site. Where did you find the chart on briggs's site?


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01-13-09, 05:57 AM   #7  
Well I actually have the chart saved on my computer, that's where I looked the first time and overlooked your model. Then I went and looked it up on the Briggs website and noticed it's listed at the bottom of the chart.

Anytime I want to look up the check chart, I just search the Briggs site for "valve adjustments" and the page that comes up with the info has a link to the check chart.

 
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