If you don't have an inch pound wrench, then yes, 16 ft/lbs. =192 in/lbs. and 17 ft/lbs. = 204 in/lbs. The bolts are torqued on the engine when cold.
Toro 8/24 (38080) 1989
Toro 421-QZE (38585) 2008 (Gone)
Toro 721-QZR (38741) 2015 (Hemi Predator Power)
Experience is something you don't get until just after you need it.
I bought two of the parts, JD calls them auger bearings. The broken one has been replaced. Checked the head bolts, at 16 ft/lbs they were tight. If I get a head gasket, how is the valve clearance checked? I didn't see anything in the attached Tecumseh manual. The JD dealer did confirm the machine was built in 1989.
1962 or '63 Snow Bird S-225
1989 John Deere 524