Question about Scion Cars & Trucks
Torque has to do with the size of the bolt and the thread per inch as well as the thread pitch and is not specific to any vehicle .Its got to do with bolt and the nut .
And seeing you want the crank pulley also known as the harmonic balancer spins in the direction that would tighten the bolt the finer the thread and larger bolt and the harder the metal the more torque it will handle but your in the range of 50 to 60 ft lbs if your worried get some blue loctite don't use red it will never come off with out a torch again .
It will tighten because of the direction the engine spins
Posted on Dec 03, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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