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Old 09-21-2009, 09:06 AM   #1
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im swapping the flywheel and clutch over to my h22 from my h23. what are the torque specs for both?
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76 ft/lb for the flywheel bolts, 19 ft/lbs for the pressure plate. The clutch does not have any bolts, it is held in place by the alignment tool until the pressure plate is torqued down. Remember that there is a specific pattern you have to torque all of these down. Do a 180 degree torque pattern clockwise. Does that make sense to you? If not, hopefully this explaination will. What i mean is torque a bolt at 12 o'clock. Then torque to bolt at 6 o'clock, the 1, the 7, then 2, the 8 and so on. Make sense?

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76 ft/lb for the flywheel bolts, 19 ft/lbs for the pressure plate. The clutch does not have any bolts, it is held in place by the alignment tool until the pressure plate is torqued down. Remember that there is a specific pattern you have to torque all of these down. Do a 180 degree torque pattern clockwise. Does that make sense to you? If not, hopefully this explaination will. What i mean is torque a bolt at 12 o'clock. Then torque to bolt at 6 o'clock, the 1, the 7, then 2, the 8 and so on. Make sense?

rep my ass, i had to go to the garage and read my helms for that one.
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