Question about 1981 Ford F 100
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
15-25lbs there should be 6 bolts apply lock tite to bolts and then tighten them all down till they are seated. Pick a bolt(call that bolt #1) and torque it then in clockwise motion skip over the next bolt(bolt #2) to the third bolt(bolt #3). Torque bolt #3 and skip over bolt #4 to bolt #5. Torque bolt #5 and then go to bolt #2 torque it and move to bolt #4 and torque it the last bolt to be torqued is # 6. then go around and do it again to make sure they are all the same. This is how the manufacture says how to do it you can do it anyway that works for you as long as they are all torqued the same and they are between 15-25lbs. If bolts are new I would take them to 25lbs if they are the lod bolts I would stay closer to 15lbs that way you dont snap them off.
Posted on Feb 11, 2011
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