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Hi i have a frymaster model # mj145esd what size is it 50 lb or 90 lb thanks Bob rwilt@safetycheckonline.net

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Step 3 ..... Tighten an additional 90°
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What should i torque the head bolts to on a 2001 ford 3.0litre engine?also the torque for the intake also!?


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    Oh and what do i


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