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What is the Torque Settings on a Isuzu KB 2.8 TD 2002 Pls

Torque settings Flywheel bolts Cyl. head Big ends Mains

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head bolts about 70lbs ,big end bolts use locktight and about 40lbs mains about 60 ,sorry if i am not very specific but you see i never use a torque wrench ,i sort of feel the stretch on the bolts threads ,

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