What are the Model B the head bolts suppose to be torqued down to? Where can I find info on the NET about head bolt torque specs and anything to do with torque specs on these tractors?

   Ah HA!! You may have just discovered that it is not always possible to find EVERYTHING on the net!! Especially for a machine that has been obsolete for almost 50 years!! You can get the owner's manual, service manual, and parts catalog for the Model B from Deerely Departed.
   The cylinder head nuts should be torqued to 1150 inch-pounds. The manual doesn't give a torque for the rod bolts, or anything ELSE for that matter; it just says that they should be TIGHT.


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