Disconnect fuel line at fuel strainer as illustrated in Fig.
CARBURETOR AND MANIFOLD
The carburetor and manifold can be removed as a
complete unit. In reassembly; tighten the manifold nuts
to 18 ft. lbs. torque. Tightening beyond specifications
may cause the flanges to break.
The cylinder head must be removed if it is necessary to
regrind valves, or to work on the piston, rings or
connecting rods. All of the cylinder head screws are
plainly in view and can be easily removed. Screws of
different lengths are used but these can be properly
reassembled according to the various lengths of cylinder
In reassembly; remove all carbon and lead deposits
from combustion chamber. It is recommended that new
cylinder head gaskets be used as the old gaskets will be
compressed and hard and may not seal properly.
Use a mixture of graphite and oil on the cylinder head
screws to prevent them from rusting tight against the
cylinder block. Tighten cylinder head screws to 24 ft.
lbs. torque in the sequence shown in Fig. 13. After
complete assembly and engine is run in, retorque head