Posted by heybusdriver on January 15, 2013 at 10:10:57 from (18.104.22.168):
I've never had to deal with head studs before only head bolts, I'm going to be replacing my head gasket , only being able to work on it a few minutes at a time due to the cold weather. On my head bolts , I've never used anything just put them on and torqued them down and then re-torqued after getting hot. Is there anything different I should do with the studs? What about putting never seize on the studs, would that be advisable or not?
I want to get this thing done ASAP , to get it out of my hair. I've got other work I want to get done on my loader tractor , i.e. put in new axle pin , radius rods , spindle bearings and before putting the loader back on, check growling transmission bearing.
Stan 9N 222933 2N with 8N motor 8N345567 8N 146710 8N 179555 8N 197904 8N 199000 8N 254079 8N 362039
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