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1988 350 Econoline question

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Old 03-02-2013, 01:19 PM
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1988 350 Econoline question

I am looking for the torque specifications on the rear axle wheel bearings for 1988 e350 Econoline Van.
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Torque spec on bearing bolts, or generally any bolts, are dependent on the grade, size and thread of the bolt. So the answer is to get a torque chart. They can be found in the back of some maintenance manuals or google it and you will get about a billion hits.
Just a caution: Bolts in special applications: Wheel nuts, rod bolts etc., are exceptions.
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