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Need help with Toro CCR 3650

Hello Toro owners, I have to replace a head gasket on the small block of my Toro CCR 3650 - I just need to know what I should torque the 4 head bolts too.
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the Tecumseh Technicians Handbook on the repairs section of this site has the torque specs. Need to know the engine model number. Most head bolts are 16.5 ft-lbs on these size 4 cycle motors. I don't remember the 2 stroke motor spec.

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the Tecumseh Technicians Handbook on the repairs section of this site has the torque specs. Need to know the engine model number. Most head bolts are 16.5 ft-lbs on these size 4 cycle motors. I don't remember the 2 stroke motor spec.
Thanks paulm12 for your response, the model # is 38517 but the engine is a 2 cycle Briggs & Stratton.

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The head bolts should be torqued to 180 inch pounds from the manual found here on page 30.


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Thanks Grunt for taking the time to help me out.
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Your welcome Tim, we are all here to learn and help each other. Good luck with the repairs.

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The head bolts should be torqued to 180 inch pounds from the manual found here on page 30.

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I just wanted to make sure you all notice how awesome Grunt is at helping people here. Heís without a doubt the best we have when it comes to providing a manual reference.
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Thanks for the kind words Del. You have always been an inspiration for me to help others as you have. I hope your son's shop is doing well.

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