C h e c k that studs (1) are not bent, chipped or cracked and do not have
d a m a g e d threads.
Fix minor thread damage with thread chaser. If more
r e p a i r is needed, take out stud and put in new one.
C h e c k all threaded holes in cylinder head (2). Fix minor thread damage with
t a p . If threads cannot be fixed with tap, put in threaded insert.
Dry cleaning solvent is flammable. Do not use near
a n open flame. Keep a fire extinguisher nearby when
s o l v e n t is used.
Use only in well-ventilated places.
F a i l u r e to do this may result in injury to personnel
a n d damage to equipment.
C h e c k that gasket surface of cylinder head (2) has no burrs, scratches
or gouges. If cylinder head gasket surface is deeply scratched or gouged,
get a new cylinder head. Fix small burrs and scratches with a fine mill
f i l e or crocus cloth dipped in dry cleaning solvent.
U s i n g dial indicator, check that gasket surface of cylinder head (2) has no
s c r a t c h e s or gouges deeper than 0.001 inch. If any scratch or gouge is
d e e p e r than 0.001 inch, tag cylinder head for resurfacing by machine
C y l i n d e r head (2) may have been resurfaced before.
I f cylinder head was resurfaced before, amount of metal
m a c h i n e d off will be stamped on front of cylinder head
a b o u t 1/2 inch from gasket surface of cylinder head.
N o more than 0.005 inch can be machined off. If 0.005
h a s already been machined off and cylinder head needs
resurfacing g, get a new cylinder head.
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