These bolts are 5/16" and also have a copper washer under the heads for sealing purposes. The torque is 8-10 FTLBS or 96-120 INLBS.Anyone know the torque for the 2 1/2 bolts for the oil filter mount on a p220 cannot find it anywhere thanks in advance
Thanks Bob where did you find that if you don't mind me askingThese bolts are 5/16" and also have a copper washer under the heads for sealing purposes. The torque is 8-10 FTLBS or 96-120 INLBS.
This is a fairly common oil leakage area and Onan has upgraded the gasket for this adapter.
On the torque chart it shows the specs for 5/16" nuts and studs and this is what I use. The service manual is lacking info in some areas, but it is all that we have.Thanks Bob where did you find that if you don't mind me asking
Once again thanks Bob hopefully I'll have her fired up and moving by Friday or Saturday I'll post some videosYes, the rubber cushions go under the frame with a large flat washer and the bolt. Two of the cushions and flat washers have a flat cut as they are close to the side of the frame. Flat washer and locknut up on the engine mount toes.
Yes should have led with that this is a full disassembly and reassembly from the block with new rods and pistons I would rule out the ignition system as I do have spark on both plugs however it's possible I installed the trigger ring incorrectly which I've heard could cause similar issues as I'm having not sure if that's accurate or notWere the timing gears off? It doesn't say that in your posts,,
I did read that looks like I have to pull the engine to do that anyway the crankshaft and camshaft were removed but not replaced and I did not separate the camshaft gear from the cam howeverHave you read this section? page 8-2, it does show a way of checking roughly if you're motor is close to the timing points?
Although, it is preset, you can check to see if you're in the range where it should be,, check this out and see if it's close.
You didn't replace the cam shaft or crankshaft? Just had the gears off? Any pictures of the gear positions during assembly?
Why. It's more or less just a guard IMOdid not reinstall the belly pan under the oil pan
After talking to Boomer he pointed out that all it really does is collect dirt and grime thus plugging cooling fins and making it run hotterWhy. It's more or less just a guard IMO