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torque spec on brake calipers

Does any one know the torque spec on the brake caliper bolts. I need the spec on the two motnt bolts on each side of the rear and the four mount bolts on each side of the front. It is on 06 f150 4x4 5.4l.
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He is asking for the spec on an 06 F150 4x4 5.4L.
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Sorry I forgot to put model of truck I fixed it.
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Does any one know the torque spec on the brake caliper bolts. I need the spec on the two motnt bolts on each side of the rear and the four mount bolts on each side of the front. It is on 06 f150 4x4 5.4l.
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I will dig around and see if I can find it for you.
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OK looks like the front bolts are to be torqued to 47 lbs and the Rear bolts to 22 lbs.

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Hey thanks a lot guys! Got it.
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