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Thread: Torque Specs

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    Is there a manual that has torque specs listed for all the different nuts and bolts. ie: suspension,drive train,engine. Basically any major fastener on these great trucks we drive.
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    I have a haynes manual that has them all. The cost around $20. When I work on other people's cars and need specs I just search the web. I can usually find a forum that has all the specs I need posted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pikey View Post
    I have a haynes manual that has them all. The cost around $20. When I work on other people's cars and need specs I just search the web. I can usually find a forum that has all the specs I need posted.
    Thanks for the reply. Looks like I might have to invest in one of those.

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    service manual would have this, or the haynes Pikey mentioned.
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    I always go to the dealer for torque specs, they are the most revised and up to date info you can get.
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    +1 for the Haynes manual. I got one off Amazon for $16.
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