what to torque the head bolts to on a 444 international tractor?

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I found when I calculated out the beast. Bland in greek language equals 616. In ancient manuscripts of the Bible the beast equals 616. Well, anyway I also found out that Judas Iscariot in Ancient Greek Code equals 444. J = 0; u = 40; d = 0; a=1;s=6;I=10;s=6;c=0;a=1;r=0;i=10;o=70;t=300; so ...
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