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Could you tell me the torque settings for the head on a 3ltr td 4runner approx 1995 thank

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Would be a good idea to go to some toyota forums and read about this engine(3vzfe). Possibility that the factory torque specs for these cylinder heads is not ideal. I have read that you might need an extra 90 degree of tightening for better reliability. Don't take my word for it/ just research before you commit!

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