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The torque pattern in the TD-14 service manual is not the correct illustration for head #8064DA on my tractor.  It's the right head according to my TC-25-B parts catalog.  Can somebody provide me with the correct torque pattern.  Here are a couple of pictures---left to right, front to back.

Vic

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It looks like I'm not going to come up with a torque pattern so I've made one.  Does anyone see anything wrong with the one I made up?

Vic

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I don't know if the 14 and the 14A heads torque up the same, but I will try to look tomorrow.  Otherwise your pattern looks like it would work just fine, based on other patterns I have seen over the years.

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The wrong torque sequence illustration in my service manual says that it is for "14 Series heads".  From what I've read,  going in a zig-zag pattern from the center out is the general idea.

Vic

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Vic,

Attached is the tightening sequence from my service manual.  Slightly different from yours.  Let me know if you need anything else

Gene

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That is the exact illustration I'm talking about that is not my head.  Just for starters, my head has two intake ports & three exhaust ports.  It has two outside rows of 8 studs & one row down the center with 5 studs.  My version is shown above.

Vic

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Vic,

That is what the drawing shows studs #1, 2, 3, 16 and 19 (5X) in the middle. Studs #5,6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 17, and 21 (8X) next to the injectors.  Studs #4, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 18, and 20 (8X) next to the intake and exhaust ports for a total of 21 stud bolts.  should work for your application.

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OK, I've got it!  That's a poorly drawn illustration.  It looks like I could use it by looking only at the positions of the numbers, not the positions of the stud representations.

Vic

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yes, a little confusing when you first look at it

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