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Old 08-17-2007, 08:33 AM
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Default 429 SCJ 4 bolt main caps torque sequence and amounts

Can anybody tell me the torque amounts and sequence for a 429 4bolt block? I've looked all over for this information and I can't find it for a 4bolt block. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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105 LBS ON THE MAIN BOLTS, 80 ON THE LITTLE BOLTS,W/OILON THREADS,AND UNDER HEAD OF BOLTS

START WITH CENTER MAIN,THEN NO4,THEN 3,THEN 5,THEN NO1, THEN GO TO LITTLE BOLTS,
DONT FORGET TO PUT THE REAR SEAL IN RIGHT!!!
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Thanks for the help.
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I always torque the center main last, see below :wink:

And don't forget to set your thrust bearing before torquing the center cap :idea:
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