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Torque requirement on 19.5hp briggs (model below)

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Torque requirement on 19.5hp briggs (model below)

Model 31p677-0912-g5 Briggs & Stratton
I’m putting the sump (bottom case) back on and want to know the torque I’m supposed to use on the bolts? Should I just use the criss cross pattern and just tighten them tight without torque wrench?

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    Re: Torque requirement on 19.5hp briggs (model below) 2019/04/11 15:09:10 (permalink)
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    Kevinllee
    Should I just use the criss cross pattern and just tighten them tight without torque wrench?



    If you want it to leak.
     
    220 in lbs.

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    Re: Torque requirement on 19.5hp briggs (model below) 2019/04/11 19:51:21 (permalink)
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    LOL. The correct torque and pattern is critical.
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