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Old 05-07-2004, 23:57   #1 (permalink)
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Crank/conrod torque settings????

I hope this is a 1 hour thread. I damaged the sump gasket while trying to put the timing cover back on, so had to pull the sump. While the sump was off, i checked a crank and conrod bearing. Now i need to know what to torque to. I have crank studs, not bolts. Dont know if it makes any difference. Please help asap. Thanks, Dion.
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Re: Crank/conrod torque settings????

conrods are 45-50ft, and crank is 105-120ft i think.
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Re: Crank/conrod torque settings????

From my XD manual:
Con Rods: 54-61Nm 40-45lb/ft
Main caps:129-142Nm 95-105lb/ft
The crank doesn't know if it's held by bolts or studs, so shouldn't make a differance.
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