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1968 ford mustang c-4 aluminum trans oil pan bolt torq

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I would do 10 ft.lbs. or 120 inch lbs. with blue Loctite on the bolts.
I can't imagine needing more than 10-15 ft/lbs. of torque.
You want to tighten it and make sure the gasket doesn't squish out very much. You tighten all bolts in a pattern like an X opposite and progressively tighter each round.
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