Install the crown on the cylinder. Use tool (G) to
tighten the crown to the correct torque. Use the
following formula to determine the correct
amount of force (in lbs.) to use to get the correct
X = Y
"X" is the amount of force (in pounds) needed to get
the correct torque on the crown.
"Y" is the torque that is needed.
"Z" is the distance (in feet) from the centerline of the
cylinder to the position of the hand on the handle of
the chain wrench group (or extension if needed).
Tighten the crown with the rod fully
extended. This will keep cylinder,
piston and head in better alignment.
Tighten the crown for all the cylinders to a
torque of 475 ± 270-0 Nm (350 ± 200 -0 Ib. ft.).
Fasten a hoist to the cylinder, and remove it
from tooling (A).