I am replacing a head gasket for a freinds 86 CJ7 and she is going to be out of town for a couple weeks and the service manual is in her house. I got it apart and all cleaned up, just stuck without the specs and sequence for the head bolts (I removed the head with the intake and exhaust intact)
I normally go 30% torque on the first pass, 60% on the second, the 100% on the last pass. #11 doesn't get as much torque as the rest due to a water jacket. If you have the 1/2" bolts, all except #11 are 110 lbs. #11 is 100 lbs. For the 7/16" bolts, all get 85lbs and #11 gets 75lbs.
1986 CJ7, 4.2 w/4.0 head, TFI-HEI hybrid ignition, Clifford manifold w/Holley 390 w/cold air intake, OBA, 4.5" lift, Woody CV shaft and Tattons in front, 4.10 gears - lunchbox in front, Truetrac in the back, twin-sticked, blower upgrade for running topless, trying to keep it simple.
It's just a Jeep, and if you don't wheel it once in a while, it's not even that.
Cool, a clockwise circle spirally outward starting at noon looking from the drivers side
I had her buy new ARP bolts and I opened up the box and they give their own torque specs for their bolts, depending on if you use their bolt lube or regular 30W oil. It's like around 70 with their lube and 110-135 (dang age, forgot what I read already!) with the oil. They do say use the factory torque sequence so THANKS
What term did you google? I tried a few different ones and couldn't find anything....guess I need training....