Tighten bolts (9) finger tight. Tighten bolt (10) lightly.
Tighten bolt (11). Loosen, then tighten bolts (9) and bolt
(10). Spin boring bar (5) during all tightening
operations. Repeat above procedure if boring bar (5)
9. Bolts (two). 10. Bolt. 11. Bolt.
Remove original bearing caps and centering rings.
Mark new caps to correspond with numbers on saddle
and install new service caps. Mark caps and saddles
"OS" for oversize next to location number.
Be sure to install new bolts. Put engine oil on bolt
threads and washer face. Tighten bolts in number
sequence to 30 -± 3 lb. ft. (40 ± 4 Nm), put a mark on
each bolt and cap. Tighten all bolts by number from
mark an added 120° ± 5°.
BOLT TIGHTENING SEQUENCE (Typical Example)
Bolt torsion bar assembly (12) loosely to opposite
end of block from which boring bar will be driven. Install
feed assembly (14) into boring bar and tighten setscrew
(13). Slide feed assembly (14) onto torsion bar
assembly (12) and tighten bolt (15). Tighten bolt (16)
finger tight. Boring bar must slide in and out freely after
these tightening operations. Tighten thumbscrew (17).
FEED ASSEMBLY INSTALLED
12. 1P2369 Torsion Bar Assembly. 13. Setscrew.
14. 1P2365 Feed Assembly. 15. Bolt. 16. Bolt. 17.
Place adapter (18) into boring bar and tighten
18. 1P2364 Adapter. 19. Setscrew.
To set tool in tool holder. Set micrometer (21) to
3.7075 in. (94.171 mm). Place centering ring (1) on the
micrometer (2 1) until spindle (20) contacts centering
ring (1). Tighten bolt (22). Back off micrometer thimble
and recheck micrometer setting. Repeat above steps
until micrometer setting is accurate.
1.1 P2344 Centering Ring. 20. Micrometer spindle.
21. Micrometer. 22. Bolt.