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I need the cylinder head bolt torque specs on a 1968 ford f 600 with a 360 engine,. One

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I need the cylinder head bolt torque specs on a 1968 ford f 600 with a 360 engine,.
One source said 90 lbs, but 1990 models of similar engines say 130-140 lbs.
I need the actual recommendation for that year.
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Classic Car
Customer: replied 5 years ago.

So the 90 lbs is per reccommendation for that engine (just double checking)

truck had prior blown head gasket, so I'm thinkig it was torqued wrong by previous owner.

Expert:  ASEMaster35yrs replied 5 years ago.

Yes, 90 lbs. is the correct head bolt torque for 360ci 1968-1977.

See: http://olybrake.com/pdf/fel_pro_torque_specs_guide.pdf page 25.

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