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Torquing head bolts

Hoe do I torque the head on my LW200 2.2

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Ist thing, you should replace the bolts with new ones. Tighten main bolts 1 thru 10 to 25 ft pounds. Next, tighten bolts 11 thru 14 to 37 ft pounds.

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You should really go get a manual for torquing head bolts. Not only to you have to torque them correctly, but there is a pattern as to which bolts you tighten so that you don't warp the head.

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