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Kohler K301s question

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MysTiK
Kohler's website has Manuals for free download - both operator's and service manuals. Truly a wealth of info. That's way more info than you are requesting. AND "sliderxc" is correct.

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Originally posted by simple-kid
Isn't 25 to 30 ft lbs a lot for the head torque?
Could be you have a grade 8 bolt. Standard torque valu for that is 27 ft lbs. There was a reason, but who ever come up with that, probably is retired now.

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