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torque for flywheel and clutch

Discussion in '1969-1972 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by 72B, Oct 23, 2001.

  1. 72B

    72B Registered Member

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    Anybody know what torque(fp) for the flywheel and clutch is.
     
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    flywheel to crank -> 60 ft lbs, 86-87 75 ft lbs
    clutch i think it's like 35-45 ft bls, not sure about this one.

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    The FSM says 25 lbs.*ft. for the clutch cover. If you are using ARP bolts, follow their instructions and use the ARP bolt lube and torque to 35 lbs.*ft.
     
  4. 72B

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    OK, thanks for the help, got it in today.
     

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