[DML] Re: Torque Numbers
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[DML] Re: Torque Numbers

Break down and get the Workshop Manual. The head torques are not just
a number, it is a procedure. If you are attempting to rebuild a motor
without a manual you are very foolish not to spend the few bucks to
insure success. In fact the manuals should be among the first things
you order when you get a "D" if it didn't come with them! BTW, why do
you have to rebuild the motor? and NO, it does not make the car a
"zero" mileage car.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "rlingo" <rlingo@xxxx> wrote:
> 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',
> 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 

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