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WHAT IS THE Cyl head bolt tension and conrod tensions for Sanli lawnmower OHV 400 engine

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Snug it up and then go a quarter turn. Using torque gauges is a new fangled idea for small engines like that!

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CHECK WITH A DEALER FOR THE SPEC,S WE DO NOT HAVE THEM

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    Bunnings have no idea . Bunnings just scrap it and buy another mower

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