Clutch fork pivot bolt torque

ERNRAM

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Howdy,

Looked around for the bolt torque for the fork ball standoff.

Any guidance?

Thanks
Ernie

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I like to leave them finger tight, install the engine, bellhousing, transmission etc into the vehicle, then put a 20ft breaker bar on that bolt and use the forklift to lift on the breaker bar to torque the bolt.
 
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If you can't find a listing for a specific torque, measure the thread size and look up standard torque value for that size thread and material.
 
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I like to leave them finger tight, install the engine, bellhousing, transmission etc into the vehicle, then put a 20ft breaker bar on that bolt and use the forklift to lift on the breaker bar to torque the bolt.
Matt, your kidding right??
 
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Matt was using Yoda speak. I was not sure😀😀😀. The forklift gave me a hint.
 

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