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450B 207 Diesel head bolts

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R Reed

04-04-2011 11:41:24




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I am doing an inframe overhaul on this G207D engine in a 1980 450B dozer. When removing the head, I didn't check closely enough to see that there was 3 different length head bolts. I knew there was 2 lenghts. I have the factory parts and service manuals, but neither show where the 2 long bolts go. There are 17 bolts and 2 studs. 4 bolts are 3 1/5", 11 bolts are 5 1/8", and 2 bolts are 5 5/8". The two 5 5/8" are the bolts I am concerned about. Also the 2 studs are 5 5/8" and the valve cover studs attach to them with a special adapter nut. Sorry for the long explanation, I just wanted to be clear. Thanks

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R Reed

04-04-2011 16:13:39




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 Re: 450B 207 Diesel head bolts in reply to R Reed, 04-04-2011 11:41:24  
I should have mentioned this is a Case 450B. If anyone knows where the long bolts are supposed to go, let me know. Thanks



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Case Nutty 1660

04-04-2011 16:35:25




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 Re: 450B 207 Diesel head bolts in reply to R Reed, 04-04-2011 16:13:39  
its been a while but do they go on the rocker assembly with the two that hold the valve cover,got me thinking will get out my book tonight cnt



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mEl

04-05-2011 04:13:10




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 Re: 450B 207 Diesel head bolts in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 04-04-2011 16:35:25  
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You should have no trouble finding out where the long bolts that hold the valve cover on go, the two standard bolts that are longer go down into the dowells that locate the head gasket. All others will be self explanatory. mEl



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Case Nutty 1660

04-05-2011 07:23:12




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 Re: 450B 207 Diesel head bolts in reply to mEl, 04-05-2011 04:13:10  
Hey mEl, good to hear from you hope your feeling beter cnt Tom



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R Reed

04-05-2011 05:24:13




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 Re: 450B 207 Diesel head bolts in reply to mEl, 04-05-2011 04:13:10  
Wow! I am glad we have people who know about such things. I knew where the valve studs needed to be, but I had not even thought about the ones at the dowels being different. Thank You!!



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