Specific number of what to torque the head bolts of 94667

by CoonDog
(Slaughters Ky.)

Specific number of what to torque the head bolts to.


I'm rebuilding the top end of my 94667 compressor.. I need specific numbers on head bolt torque.. I found a "bolt" torque chart but it is too complicating to understand.. Please help..

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Jul 02, 2015
Head bolt torque
by: CoonDog

Thanks so much Doug.. Take care my friend..

Jul 01, 2015
Torque
by: Doug in s.d.ca

Glad to hear it.

It might be a good idea to re-torque them after it runs a while - the paper stuff compresses over time...

Jul 01, 2015
Head bolt torque
by: CoonDog

I'm using the paper or cardboard type gaskets.. I just went ahead and tightened the bolts down to where they felt good with my ratchet and all is working fine.. They are 1/4" bolts with 20 threads per inch.. Thank you for your response and if someone can come up with a definite number it would still be helpful.. Thanks again!!

Jun 30, 2015
Torque
by: Doug in s.d.ca

{This is just a SWAG)

If they are 1/4 in bolts (just looking at them) then about one foot pound or 12 inch-pounds should do it, without breaking anything.

What are you using for the gasket?

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