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Old 01-03-2009, 03:36 PM   #1
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what's the torque spec for cranck pulley for b18b1

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at least 85lbs...my gsr is torqued at 85lbs...start with 25 then go to 50 and then 80....
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my service manual says 130 ft-lbs for the crank pulley bolt.
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my service manual says 130 ft-lbs for the crank pulley bolt.
thats right...but mines at 85+lbs...it'll tightened up as it goes...
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my service manual says 130 ft-lbs for the crank pulley bolt.
werd jimmy

breaking that bolt loose for the first time can be a bish
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werd jimmy

breaking that bolt loose for the first time can be a bish
my lord.. yes it can be a bish

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my lord.. yes it can be a bish

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thats why theres tire shops with impact guns to break em loose.... at no COST
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thats why theres tire shops with impact guns to break em loose.... at no COST
Why not do it yourself with your own air compressor/impact?
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breaking that bolt loose for the first time can be a bish
I know this threads old but.. OMG that bolt was a bitch to get off. my friends impact couldnt get it off, wet to my local tire shop and boom it came off.. for free too! It was not as bad as the bitch pin though, but close.. but i figured out the easiest way to get that off garanteed!!!
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