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Old 07-23-2013, 12:08 AM   #169
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Originally Posted by AaronGTR View Post
Just fyi, my service manual says 14 ft/lbs plus 30 degrees. That might be close to 168 in/lbs if you do the conversion. They don't use in/lbs for much in my manual though. Almost everything they give ft/lbs and newton meters for. They only use in/lbs for things that the torque spec is so small that you can't use a normal torque wrench on.
14(ft/lbs) * 12(in/ft) = 168(in/lbs)
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