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I am looking everywhere, but can not seem to find any torque specs. Does anyone know where to find them or what these torque specs should be? Thanks for the help.
87 Wrangler with SOA, Dana 60 front, Ford 10.25 rear.
1) Greasable Shackle bolts -
2) Spring Eyebolts -
3) Front U-Bolts -
4) Rear U-Bolts -
5) Differential cover bolts -
Is it better to use the gasket for the differential covers or the blue form a gasket silicon?
 

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torque specs can be found in repair manuals by bolt size. look in the general section in the front of book. so without knowing what size bolts/u-bolt nuts can't even make a guess. for the diff covers I tend to use lube locker gaskets. if thats not available I'll use FIPG from toyota.
 

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Front and Rear Shackles -30ft pounds
Front and Rear Ubolts - 90ft pounds
Ibolts-95 ft pounds (I THINK)
dana 30 and 35's Differential cover bolts should be 30 ft. lbs. tightened in a criss-cross pattern

I would use the blue RVT silicone did mine and it has done great!!
 
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