Kohler Engines. These are in no particular order.
|Model Number||Rod Bolts||Head Bolts||Flywheel Nut|
|K141||200||15-20 ft||85-90 ft|
|K161||200||15-20 ft||85-90 ft|
|K181||200 (140/100)*||15-20 ft||85-90 ft|
|K241||285 (260/200)*||25-30 ft||50-60 ft|
|K301||285 (260/200)*||25-30 ft||50-60 ft|
|K321||285 (260/200)*||25-30 ft||50-60 ft|
|K341||285 (260/200)*||25-30 ft||50-60 ft|
|CS8.5**||106 or 120||36 ft||48 or 85 ft|
|CS10||120||36 ft||85 ft|
|CS12||120||36 ft||85 ft|
|K482||200 or 300^||35 ft||115 ft|
|K532||200 or 300^||35 ft||115 ft|
|K582||200 or 300^||35 ft||115 ft|
** IF SPEC NUMBER BEGINS WITH 95, USE THE LOWER VALUE. IF SPEC NUMBER BEGINS WITH 92, USE HIGHER VALUE.
* NUMBERS IN PARENTHESIS ARE FOR RODS USING POSI-LOCK BOLTS. NEW BOLT/USED BOLT TORQUE, RESPECTIVELY. OTHERWISE, ENGINE HAS CAPSCREWS.
^ 200 IN LBS FOR ENGINES WITH 5/16″ BOLTS. 300 IN LBS FOR ENGINES WITH 3/8″ BOLTS.
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