Torque sequence

JFrommJFromm Posts: 339Senior Contributor
Can someone post a picture that shows the torque sequence for a Hornet 308? Also need the foot pounds number.
Thanks

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  • blondwookieblondwookie Posts: 284Member
    I'd suggest that you start out in the center of the head and out in a circle. Something similar to torquing a 5.9or 6.7 Cummins diesel head
  • blondwookieblondwookie Posts: 284Member
    They are both a 6 cylinder head in the bolt pattern 
  • cheyenne7271cheyenne7271 Posts: 470Member
    Any head or manifold yiu always start in the middle and work your way out. 65-70 Ft/lbs for a Hudson cyl head. 
    51 Hornet Club Coupe
    51 Hornet Sedan
    51 Commodore Six Club Coupe
    50 Pacemaker Deluxe R.I.P. (burned and destroyed in building fire)
    49 Super Six Sedan
  • ToddhToddh Posts: 300Member
    From the 1952 Mechanical Procedure Manual


  • JFrommJFromm Posts: 339Senior Contributor
    Thanks for the help
  • 54coupe54coupe Posts: 1,005Member
    I use this sequence for a Hornet:

    21  15  9   2   6   12  18
    17  11  5   1   4   10  16
    19  13  7   3   8   14  20

  • GeoffGeoff Posts: 4,572Senior Contributor
    Like 54coupe says.  Use for all sixes from 1924 thru 1956 (except F-heads). 
    If you're stuck in a hole, stop digging.
  • JFrommJFromm Posts: 339Senior Contributor
    Geoff,
    Are those numbers based on the factory picture or the numbers you gave in a post in 2007? You gave numbers on right side, left side, and middle. 
    Also is that right side as you look at it from front of car?
    Thanks,
    John
  • GeoffGeoff Posts: 4,572Senior Contributor
    the front is to the left, but it doesn't matter as it is from the center out.   That is the same as my sequence published some time ago.
    If you're stuck in a hole, stop digging.
  • railknightrailknight Posts: 513Expert Adviser
    I believe Walt Mordenti pretty much recommended the same head bolt; torque sequence as suggested by 54coupe here.  
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