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I need to find out the correct torque settings for the head of a mitsubishi l200 can anyone help

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If you dont want to pay online fees, goto a Advance auto parts or Pep boys and tell them you need to order the Head Bolts, and while talking to them ask them the correct lbs of torque. After all it is best to buy new Head Bolts anyway....they stretch...believe it or not!

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