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Its impossible to hold the dang thing while tourqing them.. I always been usin hand tight as possible then a few wacks with a BFH for good luck haha
 

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tazuki88....... I looked in my Haynes Manual and could not find any torque specks . Wish I had a better manual to look at for you.
 

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Here ya go I just had to get them for my locker too.


Side Bearing Cap Bolt 51.0 - 72.0 lb-ft
Drive Bevel Gear Bolt 58.0 - 65.0 lb-ft
Differential Case Bolt 27.0 - 32.5 lb-ft
Side Bearing Adjuster Lock Bolt 7.0 - 10.0 lb-ft
Differential Carrier Bolt 13.5 - 20.0 lb-ft
Oil Level & Filler Plug 25.5 - 36.0 lb-ft
Oil Drain Plug 13.5 - 18.0 lb-ft


Matt Schiccatano
 
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Here's a tip so you don't have to "hold the dang thing". Put a wheel and tire on the ground, slip an axle in,(doesn't have to be tightened down, and set the diff on the axle. The tire will provide enough friction to allow you to torque the ring bolts.
 
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don't forget to loctite the crap out of every bolt. I've seen 2 or 3 come apart even with proper torque specs
 
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