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Torque values are : Two top bolts. 90-110 in. lbs.
Four cover bolts, 90-120 in. lbs.

I made a special tool to torque the oil pump bolts with. They're socket head bolts from the factory. Take a 1/4" nut and braze a short piece of 3/16 allen wrench in it. You want the allen wrench just long enough to go to the bottom of the broached hex hole in the bolts and leave the nut flush with the surface of the oil pump cover. Then, I use a Snap-On Torque Adaptor in 7/16" size to apply the torque. Of course any brand torque adaptor will work. Go here to find out what I"m talking about.
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