|Model Name||Flywheel nut||Cylinder bolts||Connecting rod|
|TVXL||35 Ft. Lbs.||200 In. Lbs.||105 In. Lbs.|
|All Tecumseh 2-cylce engines with type numbers starting with numbers (Outboard engines, rotarty mower engines, chore engines). These engines are 8 HP and less. Excludes TVS840 TVS850 and Snow-King (HSK) 2-Cycles and the TC series.||25||90||45 (aluminum rod) 75 (steel rod)|
|TVS/TVXL 840&850||30-33||10-17 (cylinder to crankcase)||N/A|
I was looking for the torque values for a HH60
The chart was very helpful to me
Sears Craftsman use their own model numbers. My church has a walk behind showing a model number 143024200. This chart is great but I can’t figure out which one to use so I will just go with 200 inch pounds for the head. It looks pretty universal for the non-OHV engines. Thank you for this very helpful chart. MLH.
Torque spec are very helpful. Engine is on a snow blower and starts every year when using sta-bil in fuel.
First, obtain a new flywheel key designed for your make and engine model from your Briggs Stratton authorized dealers . Place the flywheel on the crankshaft and look through the flywheel hub to align the keyways on the flywheel and crankshaft. With the flywheel in place, place the key in the keyway; it should fit securely. Debris can also prevent the key from seating in the keyway. Once the key and flywheel are securely in place, reattach the flywheel nut or clutch. Consult your authorized dealers for the torque specifications for your make and model.
This chart is ok for head, flywheel and rod bolts but what about the sump bolts. Im just not sure if i should use 180 in lbs like briggs on this 13 hp ohv Tecumseh?
I need these specs for a HMSK 100, which is not included, it’s a nice chart and helpful to many I users.
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