Question about 1997 Ford F150 Regular Cab
Try the haynes manual ,never used a torque meter in 40 yrs of fixing cars ,so to me the clutch is a 3/8th ratchet and hold the ratchet half way down ,go around bolts twice though to pull clutch down evenly ,slave cylinder is alloy and so is the bell housing so again not too tight ,now the bell housing bolts need a good grounch about 70lbs at a rough guess but again 1/2inch drive and a knuckle bar is favourite .starter 3/8th drive full length of rachet bar will do and agin do them twice
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