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Old 04-11-2008, 11:11 PM
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ball joint torque specs.

Just changed the BJ's on this thing and have no idea of the torque specs... any idea?

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There are no torque specs on the ball joints per se as they are pressed in. I am assuming you are talking about the retaining nuts???

The lower ball joint retaining nut is spec'd at 136Nm (101lb/ft)
Upper ball joint castelled nut is spec'd at the same
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