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SOURCE: Torque specs for truck bed mounts

Torque specs are not important in this application, apply some thread locking compound and tighten the bolts.

45-60 ft lbs is about right for the size bolts that are used on that box.

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Torque for main bearings on a 2002 3.7 ltr. liberty?


the book is free to read? KJ
chapter 9s
(7) Before installing bolts, lubricate the threads
with clean engine oil, wipe off any excess oil.
(8) Install main bearing bedplate to engine block
bolts 11, 17 and 20 finger tight. Tighten these bolts
down together until the bedplate contacts the cylinder
block.
(9) To ensure correct thrust bearing alignment,
perform the following steps:
² Step 1: Rotate crankshaft until number 4 piston
is at TDC.
² Step 2: Move crankshaft rearward to limits of
travel.
² Step 3: Then, move crankshaft forward to limits
of travel.
² Step 4: Wedge an appropriate tool between the
rear of the cylinder block (NOT BED PLATE) and
the rear crankshaft counterweight. This will hold the
crankshaft in it's furthest forward position.
² Step 5: Install and tighten bolts (1-10) in
sequence shown in (Fig. 49) to 41 N·m (30 ft. lbs.).
² Step 6: Remove wedge tool used to hold crankshaft.
(10) Tighten bolts (1-10) again to 41 N·m (30 ft.
lbs.) PLUS 1/4 turn in sequence shown in (Fig. 49).
(11) Install main bearing bedplate to engine block
bolts (11-20), and torque each bolt to 28 N·m (20 ft.
lbs.) in sequence shown in (Fig. 49).
(12) After the main bearing bedplate is installed,
check the crankshaft turning torque. The turning
torque should not exceed 5.6 N·m (50 in. lbs.).

why not just read the chapter, here.

http://colorado4wheel.com/manuals/Jeep/KJ/

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How do I replace my carrier bearing in a 1988 Chevy Silverado extended cab long bed?


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Need head bolt torque specs for a 1996 saturn sl


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Originally Posted by norvelplagbao52

1993 saturn sl2 1.9 dohc cylinder head torque
specs and sequence
Cylinder head bolt
tightening procedure:
CYLINDER HEAD BOLT TIGHTENING SEQUENCE:

INTAKE
SIDE
8 4 1 5 9

7 3 2 6 10
EXHAUST SIDE

In sequence,
torque the cylinder head bolts. Torque: 30 Nm (22 ft-lbs).
In sequence,
torque all bolts. Torque: 50 Nm (37 ft-lbs)
In sequence, turn each bolt an
additional 90 degrees.





Originally Posted by norvelplagbao52

1993 saturn sl2 1.9 dohc cylinder head torque
specs and sequence
Cylinder head bolt
tightening procedure:
CYLINDER HEAD BOLT TIGHTENING SEQUENCE:

INTAKE
SIDE
8 4 1 5 9

7 3 2 6 10
EXHAUST SIDE

In sequence,
torque the cylinder head bolts. Torque: 30 Nm (22 ft-lbs).
In sequence,
torque all bolts. Torque: 50 Nm (37 ft-lbs)
In sequence, turn each bolt an
additional 90 degrees.

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Engine torque settings


Commonly Asked Torque Specs in foot pounds
The main bolts have a torque of 76 lb.-feet and the cylinder head bolts have 62 lb.-feet of torque. The cylinder head studs have 70 foot-lbs of torque, the cam timing gear have lb.-feet of torque, and the cam bearing bolt has 14 lb.-feet of torque.

Crankshaft Torque Specs
  • The stock rod bolts have 46 lb.-feet of torque and the ARP rod bolts have 50 lb.-feet of torque. The crankshaft pulley has 116 lb.-feet of torque, while the flywheel has 80 lb.-feet of torque.


Other Torque Specs
  • The intake manifold and exhaust manifold have 33 lb.-feet of torque each and the oil pan bolts have 9 lb.-feet of torque. The cam timing gear has 58 lb.-feet of torque and the cam bearing bolt has 14 lb.-feet of torque. One set of timing cover bolts have 9 lb.-feet of torque and another set has 29 lb.-feet of torque

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What is the right Torque Specification of the cylinder head bolt,main bearing and connecting rod bearing for a 1997 Ford F 150 4.2 liter? Thank you...


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Torque specs for truck bed mounts


Torque specs are not important in this application, apply some thread locking compound and tighten the bolts.

45-60 ft lbs is about right for the size bolts that are used on that box.

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