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Old 06-16-2011, 10:52 PM
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om617.951 rod nut torque spec

Ive tried searching on here and superturbodiesel for the torque for the rod nuts. its not in the haynes manual and it didnt come up in a google search. Any help is appreciated, i need to be able to put it back together tomorrow.
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Old 06-19-2011, 12:06 AM
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Answer

Measure the minimum necked down-down diameter prior to re-use.
NOTE: Replace when the minimum necked down-down diameter is 8.0 mm or less.

Initial tightening torque 40-50 Nm

then
Angle of rotation torque 90 -100

ATTENTION:
If the bolts are replaced/knocked in with a hammer..
Tighten the first time to 60-70 Nm

then
Angle of rotation torque 90 -100

WARNING:
Do NOT use a torque wrench for Angle of rotation torque = it can/will give a false angle reading..
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