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head bolt torque

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03-05-2012 18:08:55

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Does anyone know the torque spec for a series 3 fFeild Marshall head bolt


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03-12-2012 11:18:58

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 Re: head bolt torque in reply to JIM KS, 03-05-2012 18:08:55  
Sent another email to R H Crawford and got a reply Jim

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03-11-2012 19:59:59

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 Re: head bolt torque in reply to JIM KS, 03-05-2012 18:08:55  
thanks Roy. Ihave tried to contact them and have not gotten any respnse. Iused is there a better place to inquire? Jim

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Roy in UK

03-11-2012 23:44:40

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 Re: head bolt torque in reply to JIM KS, 03-11-2012 19:59:59  
The only thing I could suggest would be to try and phone them. I am very disappointed that they did not respond to your e mail though.

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Roy in UK

03-08-2012 23:26:51

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 Re: head bolt torque in reply to JIM KS, 03-05-2012 18:08:55  
I don't have a clue, but I know of someone who has!
Contact Robert H. Crawford's in England , what they don't know about Field Marshall tractors is not worth knowing.
"We sold one of the first single-cylinder Marshalls in 1931 and have been involved with them ever since. Some of the people who still work for us now serviced and repaired them when these tractors were part of everyday farming life."

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