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Massey Ferguson 65 gas engine help

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cowrider
Join Date: Apr 2012
Posts: 61 new york
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2012-04-05          183021


Hi,

I am looking for the torque pattern for the G176 engine. The IT manual states to go in a circle pattern but I would think that it should be like the Continental TM engine where you tighten above the cylinders first and then along the left side at the push rods last. I have a manual from Jensales but for some reason the section for the gas motor is missing. Does anyone have that section of the MF 65 manual?

The other questions I have is where does the stud/head bolt go on the manifold side of the head? I didn't pay attention when I removed the head. There was only one. The tractor did not have the heat shields for the gas tank or the manifold. Would anyone have photos of these?

Thanks for any help

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auerbach
Join Date: Sep 2007
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2012-04-06          183047


On your first question, if you don't get the specs, take one of the bolts to an engine mechanic and ask what torque he'd put to that size.

If you're re-using them, I'd add a couple of ft-lbs. If you didn't get both surfaces tested for smooth and true, I'd carefully apply a little brand-name gasket seal.

The pattern isn't important; the principle is. Go from the center-area outward, and do them all gradually, that is, repeat the whole pattern at least three times until they're all at spec. ....

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46bugs
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2016-03-24          194788


I would also use a schedule 8 both on all equipment and tractor replacements. ....

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2016-03-24          194789


Use Schedule 8 Bolts ....

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