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Old 04-22-2005, 01:41 PM
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2005 F350 Bed to Frame Bolts

Hi Y'all,
Re. the T-45 bolts that bolt the truck bed to the frame: Can someone please tell me how many lb.ft. of torque that those bolts are supposed to be tightened to? They were removed to to a spray-in bedliner and I found a couple loose.
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Me as well, found some loose.
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Here you go,




SECTION 501-04: Pickup Bed and Platform Body

2005 F-Super Duty Workshop Manual


SPECIFICATIONS


Procedure revision date: 07/02/2004







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Torque Specifications
Description Nm lb-ft
Pickup Box Bolts 63 47
Dual Rear Fender-to-Fender Bolt(s) 25 19
Dual Rear Fender-to-Fender Nuts 25 19
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Thanks for the info.

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