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Torque wrench settings for Toyota Hiace 2000 upper suspension arm

Toyota Hiace Power Van year 2000
Torque wrench settings for the front upper suspension arm
2 mounting bolts (upper arm to chassis)
2 bolts (torsion bar to arm)
Ball joint nut.

I would be very grateful if anybody had access to the above torque wrench settings

Many thanks

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