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I need all torque specs main bearing caps

I need all torque specs main bearing caps ,conrod cap, head bolts,etc for 2004 dodge ram 1500 slt

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    what is the torque spec for the nut on the bearing. this is a 4 door sedan

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Haynes manual is the best way

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