exaust manifold on L565

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MY L565 has the new holland engine , last week during inspection i found that it was missing the bolts or studs/n/nuts . now the place it is leaking is right next to the thermosat bowl . the dealer was not able to tell me what type to use in each hole or what type sae/mm and make fine or course , or what county of origin so that i could get a tap to clean out the carbon blow by before putting the new bolts in again . i wanted to try that before replacing the hole gasket . i 'm missing the top and bottom bolts on the first cyclender thats closest to the thermosat. i would also like the tork settings for the manifold as well as the head.
 

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If Yiou take one of the other bolts to the auto parts store they have a gauge to match the threads. You can measure youre depth by sticking a nail in the hole and measure how far it goes in. subtract a quarter inch so it dont bottom out. Buy grade 8 bolts. It helps to use anti sieze on the bolts when you install them. I replace all manafold bolts. Cheap Insueance Ill look in my engine manual in the morning to get tork specs.
 

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If Yiou take one of the other bolts to the auto parts store they have a gauge to match the threads. You can measure youre depth by sticking a nail in the hole and measure how far it goes in. subtract a quarter inch so it dont bottom out. Buy grade 8 bolts. It helps to use anti sieze on the bolts when you install them. I replace all manafold bolts. Cheap Insueance Ill look in my engine manual in the morning to get tork specs.
The torq for the exhaust manafold to the head is 28ft lbs. the intake to the head is26ft lbs. I dont know what engine your 565 uses. my lx865 uses SEA bolts. the manafold on mine uses 3/8 coarse threads 3/8-16.If you have a metric engine none of this will be the same.If your exhaust is leaking your gaket doesnt stand much chance of sealing without replacing it.The antisieze on the bolts will keep them from breaking off . Its great on anything that gets hot. Mike
 
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The torq for the exhaust manafold to the head is 28ft lbs. the intake to the head is26ft lbs. I dont know what engine your 565 uses. my lx865 uses SEA bolts. the manafold on mine uses 3/8 coarse threads 3/8-16.If you have a metric engine none of this will be the same.If your exhaust is leaking your gaket doesnt stand much chance of sealing without replacing it.The antisieze on the bolts will keep them from breaking off . Its great on anything that gets hot. Mike
I finally had a warm dry day , to tackle the exhaust gaskets between the manifold & manifold and muffellur , every thing went well , cleaned all the surfaces off with steel whool , and put all
new bolts in and studs , now looking for a good enviro cleaner to get the carbon off the engin
with all the fenders off i started to paint every thing , found a spare key in the sump , under
4 " of muck , trying now to find if i have any leaks , in the hydro pumps or hoses .
the resivior loses 3 qrts in 5 to 6 hrs of use . its going some where ?
 

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I finally had a warm dry day , to tackle the exhaust gaskets between the manifold & manifold and muffellur , every thing went well , cleaned all the surfaces off with steel whool , and put all
new bolts in and studs , now looking for a good enviro cleaner to get the carbon off the engin
with all the fenders off i started to paint every thing , found a spare key in the sump , under
4 " of muck , trying now to find if i have any leaks , in the hydro pumps or hoses .
the resivior loses 3 qrts in 5 to 6 hrs of use . its going some where ?
You should not have too much trouble finding a leak that size. Look for clean spots where the oil flow is rinsing the dirt away. If you don't find it right away go to the touble of floping the cab and loaders arms forward, it sure makes access easy as it pretty wide open then. Takes 45 minutes to hour.
Ken
 
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You should not have too much trouble finding a leak that size. Look for clean spots where the oil flow is rinsing the dirt away. If you don't find it right away go to the touble of floping the cab and loaders arms forward, it sure makes access easy as it pretty wide open then. Takes 45 minutes to hour.
Ken
used an ultrovilette light and engine florecences juice , about 1 oz/gallon , in the resevoir to find the leaks , found one leaking cylender packing at the boom , a gasket was leaking at the forward piston pump on the top trunion ,and the third was in the controle valve check , the last one was just a oring , the other 2 will tack a parts order , i finally can see the bottom of the sump , i didn't know it was painted yellow , ya it was dirty , the ultrovilette light made it very easy to see the leaks , every one of them turned bright white/orange .
if you can rent one it can save a lot of time . other wise you are just guessing . thanks guys again . buy the way 2 oz of the juice cost only $10. at canadian tire , the gun was a pro-version a was able to have a mecanic friend with one . i would have paid for the rental now that i know how good it worked . and at night it is easier to see as well ( i was out side ).
 

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