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Old 01-20-2009, 07:45 PM   #1
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putting viciousknids rear end together and it didnt come with torque specs and need the torque specs for the ring gear bolts and cap bolts.. if im thinkin right i think the 3/4 head is 80ft lbs and 5/8 head is 60ft lbs.
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you don't even know? Wtf?

BAHAHAHA. JP.

When I go swap these seals I'll see if they have a decently priced Tq Wrench in stock.
i just flippin HOPE the bastards have the right seals in stock.
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you don't even know? Wtf?

BAHAHAHA. JP.

When I go swap these seals I'll see if they have a decently priced Tq Wrench in stock.
i just flippin HOPE the bastards have the right seals in stock.
my dads torque wrench is reversable. and ive done found the torque specs.. gets those seals and ill have it done. haha hopefully you get the right seals, when you was telling me the kid didnt even know what the hell you was talkin about i figured they would be wrong.
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the younger dude knew what I was talking about, he was just trying to find the part number for the right seal. The older dude had no clue.
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Ring gear bolts torque on 89lb ft.
Bearing cap bolts torque on 55lb ft.
Rear Axle housing cover bolts torque on 30lb. ft
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