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Perform a dual step torque tightening sequence in a criss cross or alternating diagnol pattern, torque the first stage to 65 ft. lbs. then torque the final stage to 95 ft lbs.

P.S hopefully when the flywheel was removed there were corresponding marks that identify the position the flywheel was in relation to the crankshaft, at the factory the flywheel is balanced together with the crank if not well then I guess you'll have to install it any way. As long as this motor is not going to be running at high rpm (above 4,800 - 5,000 rpm you should still be OK.

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