Re: Torque Specs
ok i am in a over kill mood ...
side bearing cap bolt...51-72 lb/ft
drive bevel gear bolt...58-65 lb/ft
differential case bolt ...27-32.5 lb/ft
side bearing adjuster lock bolt...7-10 lb/ft
differential carrier bolt ...13.5-20 lb/ft
as far as the bevel pinion bearing bolt you need to tighten it step by step till the starting torque is 7.8-14.7 lb/in, thats starting load ,not torque specs !!! you need to measure how much torque it takes to get the pinion moving with a spring balance and tightin and loosen accordingly .
hope this helps ...zukikid