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    Clutch cover bolt torque specs? Foot lbs?

    Whats the clutch covers bolt torque specs? Isnt it like 7 foot lbs or something?
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    7 for clutch springs, 9 for cover
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    Quote Originally Posted by jtirwin27 View Post
    7 for clutch springs, 9 for cover

    clutch pressure plate are 9 ftlbs.


    I have scoured the service manual for the torque specs for the right side case bolts and that figure it no where to be found. 9-10 ftlbs seems to be adaquate however for the 10 or so bolts that hold the side cover on.


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    Ok cool thanks...damn now I'm gonna have to go buy a new torque wrench mines bigger I think it starts at like 25-30lbs and up...they gotta make one starts at like 10lbs right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronbang View Post
    Ok cool thanks...damn now I'm gonna have to go buy a new torque wrench mines bigger I think it starts at like 25-30lbs and up...they gotta make one starts at like 10lbs right?
    Ive got a... i forget the brand, but it goes from 0-28 Nm (maybe not 0, but near 0). (it also is in Nm and In-Lb). Of course, i have a larger one too for big stuff, 25-100 ft-lb or so.

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    Clutch cover bolt torque specs? Foot lbs?

    Personally I wouldn't torque the side cover more than 10nm(7.3ftlbs and about standard spec for its size). 10ftlbs is 13.6nm and I've seen(ASE auto tech) holes and hardware (this 8mm metric size)become stripped or partly stripped by slight (yes, a few Newton meters will do it) over torquing. You'd be surprised at how little torque is needed to seal a sealing surface.

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    OP you need an inch pound torque wrench. Harbor freight has a 1/4in drive inch pound guy. Take any desired ftlb torque and multiply it by 12 to get inch pounds.

    And noted, so 7-8 ftlbs for the side case bolts would be better than 10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nd4spdbh View Post
    OP you need an inch pound torque wrench. Harbor freight has a 1/4in drive inch pound guy. Take any desired ftlb torque and multiply it by 12 to get inch pounds.

    And noted, so 7-8 ftlbs for the side case bolts would be better than 10.
    or divide the in-lb by 12 to get ft-lb!

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    Cause i cant find one with under 10lbs and that ones like $35
    you got a link to the one from harbor freight

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronbang View Post
    Cause i cant find one with under 10lbs and that ones like $35
    you got a link to the one from harbor freight
    Search results for: 'torque wrench'
    the 1/4" drive are 20-200 in-lb, the 3/8" drive are 5-80 ft-lb (60-960 in-lb).

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