Question about Toyota Land Cruiser
Dont matter what engine it is you start in the middle top and bottom and then do left then right left then right and so on ,if this is a aluminum head head then about 65/780 lbs is enough torque ,yes i know the book says new head bolts and all that but thats only for the daler to make more money ,make sure the head bolt thread holes are cleaned out with a bit of rag on the end of a screwdriver as any oil and water in them could hydraulic as you tighten the bolts and split the block .best of british with your endevours
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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