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Is there one? Because I have 2 large washers left over from my clutch install and I can't think of where else they would go... I'm doing a brake job next week so I can put them in when I do that, or should I put them in immediately?

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Torque it to specs. Overtightening can damage wheel bearings.
uh oh... i tightened that sucker pretty good last time... anyone know what the specs are? and what kinda torque wrench does it take to get that thing all the way down?
 

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k thanks. let me know the page # too plz. for putting them back in i used the same technique i did for getting them off... i had someone step on the breaks, while i jumped up and down on the end of a breaker bar, with a drive axel socket on the end of it...

i put a lot of force into it, but i don't know what that would equal in ft/lbs or. newton/meters.
 

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It's 153-205 ft.-lbs.
 
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