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1948 IHC KB1 214 grd


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I am new to this forum, and hope I came to the right place. Hi all, I have a 1947 International Harvester Green Diamond 214 6 cylinder inline engine. and have it all put back together and need to know the torque sequence/order on the head bolts. I was told to torque the head bolts at 65 foot pounds hot. Any replies would be very much appreciated. Thanks again.
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Torque sequences don't vary much from other engines of similar configuration eg; 4, 6 or 8
Regardless of the number of cylinders always start at the center and gradually work your way to the ends tightening across the head as you move toward the ends preferably in three stages.
Snug, tighten and torque.
It's a very good idea to check torque again in an hour or two after the gasket has had a chance to settle in.
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Torque them in a minimum of 3 steps and the difference between each step should be less than the step before. Then as Craig said retorque it. More details tomorrow.
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I looking for a set of main bearings for my 214. -.010 or -.020.
Can anyone help. Travelall doesn't have them.
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