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Cylinder head torque settings for a toyota 1493cc 4p petrol/gas engine (cast iron head) used in a forklift, also would like the main bearing and big end torque settings if possible please. thankyou russel

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An old question but what the heck! :)
This page has all the torques http://www.motorpowerinc.com/specs/4p.html

and this pdf is for a different machine but has tuning details for the 4p [page 30]
http://www.z-car.com/SDK8/Toyota_Skid_Steer_sdk6-8_repair_manual.pdf

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If you have a vehicle application for the motor you can get a Haynes or Chilton manual from your local auto parts store. They usual run around $30.

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