[DML] Torque Numbers
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[DML] Torque Numbers



Hi all.
I'm in the middle of an engine rebuild and was wondering if someone had the 
specs. on the torque numbers for the 'head bolts', 'push-rod nuts', valve 
cover bolts' and what ever else needs to be torqued on the engine.

I know, I know... I need to buy the D Tech. manual. I've been spending money 
I don't even have yet on parts though. I'll buy one soon, but I need to get 
my rebuilt D back on the road ASAP.

What qualifies a rebuilt engine as a 'Zero miles' engine or car? I've 
replaced the pistons, sleeves, push-rod bearings, front and back oil seals, 
head gaskets, water pump, starter, alternator, rebuilt heads, new 'O rings' 
where required, new radiator, clutch and friction plates, the list goes on. 
Will this be a zero mile car when I'm done? Just curious.

Thanks,


Lingo #2034 





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