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Need torque specs for 1999 chevy s10 blazer rear differential bearing caps 4wd 4.3

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Still looking for you answer but i found this useful bit of info to add to you knowledge complete with specs, diagrams and drawings and pictures for all s10 models. http://h-body.org/dave/Build%20a%20Better%2010-bolt%20H-body%20Rear%20End.htm

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    Osogama Oct 24, 2010

    re-torque the main caps to 65 lb-ft




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    Osogama Oct 24, 2010

    re-torque the main caps to 65 lb-fthttp://www.chevyhiperformance.com/techar...
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