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torque spec wd45

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riverside acres

04-30-2008 11:08:06

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need to know torque spec on the main caps of a wd45 thanks tom

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Curiouser and curiouser

04-30-2008 18:10:07

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 Re: torque spec wd45 in reply to riverside acres, 04-30-2008 11:08:06  
Does anyone else wonder why someone would attempt an engine overhaul/bearing change without having some reference material hand ?

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04-30-2008 23:19:10

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 Re: torque spec wd45 in reply to Curiouser and curiouser, 04-30-2008 18:10:07  
Yes. They may not post here, but I"ll bet they would not want to buy any tractor that was repaired that way. Good reason to stay away from consignment auctions, where people unload junk. I get beached at for yummering about basic manuals. Doesn"t bother me. So when people ask about torque on a bolt---I know the answer, but don"t respond. BUY THE MANUAL! I cannot imagine trying to overhaul any engine without the service manual that shows the specs. Especially disgusting is when someone inherits a tractor, and won"t buy the first book to learn what oil, where to put it, or drain it. Most of us have to pay for the tractor! Bottom line- it is their loss for not knowing how to operate or care for their tractor. I just enjoy the 14 hobby tractors that I have, and the others that I farm with.

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Jack a

05-02-2008 15:04:10

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 Re: torque spec wd45 in reply to JMS/.MN, 04-30-2008 23:19:10  
Take a pill Jill. Be nice.

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Jerry Coulter

04-30-2008 11:14:20

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 Re: torque spec wd45 in reply to riverside acres, 04-30-2008 11:08:06  
85 foot pounds

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