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Need help with Chinese knockoff Stihl 066. I'd like a online manual and any videos to replace one broken head bolt an headgasket

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SORRY YOU HAVE TO DO THE SEARCHING FOR YOURSELF WE KNOW OF NOTHING LIKE WHAT YOU ASK BUT USUALLY HAVE TO DRILL THE BROKEN BOLT OUT I WOULD USE LEFT HAND DRILL BIT .WWW.HARBORFREIGHT.COM SELLS THEM

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If the bolt is still viable, you could try using two nuts back to back as a jam nut and wrench it out.
If it is not viable (damaged threads) try vise grips. You MIGHT try a bit of heat from a Bernz torch as last resort, and of course penetrating oil like PB Blaster.

Posted on Apr 13, 2010

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The head gaskets on the 3400 engines in these vehicles take quite a bit of time to replace. I believe that the shop time called for is 12.8 hours for federal emission vehicles and 14.4 hours for California equipped vehicles. If you're doing the job for the first time it can easily take way more time than that. I don't have a printout of the procedure or the torque specs but would think that you could get a repair manual at a good parts supply store. You also need to replace the head bolts when reinstalling the cylinder heads as they are a one-time use, torque to yield type of bolt and should not be reused as they won't provide accurate enough clamping pressure if reused. Make sure you have the cylinder heads checked over for warpage, wear, and cracks before reinstalling them. Good luck, hope this helps!

Posted on Jan 17, 2011

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Hi, there is a hole down through the top of the gear head. Place a pin punch or small screw driver down through the hole and rotate the head until it locks. Then grasp the head firmly and undo it (left hand thread). Hope this helps, regards Phil.

Posted on May 09, 2011

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I can't find them friend but if you are changing head gaskets, then you should really invest in this if you want to 'do it right' It has ALL you need.
http://www.themotorbookstore.com/reliant.html

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SOURCE: manual stihl 066

http://www.mediafire.com/view/bk5yfldiqwuoiyw MS066

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