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Skipper
Posts: 9
Registered: ‎12-19-2018

Torque Specs

Hi All,

 

I have an 1986 28 hp SPL. Due to a broken stud hole, I'm replacing the front part of the crankcase. I haven't been able to find the torque specs to use for putting it back together. Also the torque specs for the intake manifold. Any help with them or a link to where I can find them, would be appreciated. 

 

Phil

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Admiral
Posts: 8,574
Registered: ‎07-14-2011

Re: Torque Specs

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The crankcase halves are a matched set that are machined together. That is why they use tapered alignment pins. They are not made to be interchangeable with another crankcase half.

 

 

1/4-20 bolts -   60-84 in lbs.

 

5/16-18 bolts   120-144 in lbs

 

3/8-16 bolts  -  14-26 ft. lbs.

 

 

 


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Skipper
Posts: 9
Registered: ‎12-19-2018

Re: Torque Specs

Thank you for the info. I was unaware they were a matched set. Here is a picture of the broken piece. It's the stud that holds part of the starter bracket. I don't know anything about what can and can't be welded. Do you think there may be a fix for the break?

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Mate
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Registered: ‎12-20-2019

Re: Torque Specs

If you cancenter a drill bit, there is a product called a Time-Sert which would work in this case. It is a thread repair product, unlike heli-koil, it adds material to the the taped hole.

https://www.timesert.com/

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Skipper
Posts: 9
Registered: ‎12-19-2018

Re: Torque Specs

Thanks. I'll look into the time sert. Looks like a good thing to just have around.