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I am replace the front and rear stabilizer bar end links, does anyone the torque spec for them?
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Some bolts dont have a specific listed torque. In that case you can use a grade 5 bolt chart to get an idea. See below , a 3/8 bolt gets about 31 ft pounds. A 1/2 inch bolt gets about 75 ft pounds... etc.
ASTM A449 / SAE GRADE 5





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