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Old 04-15-2009, 10:59 AM   #1
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Default Torque specs for the Harmonic Balancer.

Ok, YES, i have serched. but I found 85ft pound and 130ft pounds and other people just say tighten it and the engine will tighten it as u drive. so i need a firm answer because i changed out my Block just because my other one came off and broke the threads.

Its the Big pulley. i need to know how to tight to put it. i tightened it real hard untill i felt my tranmition about to break with it in 5th gear and the brakes smashed. it this good enough or is it gunna come off down the road?
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oh its a D15B block and Y8 head.
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134 lbs and apply oil to the bolt threads
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Default Re: Torque specs for the Harmonic Balancer.

It's fine the way you did it. I hand tightened mine, drove for a couple weeks and it's fine
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Default Re: Torque specs for the Harmonic Balancer.

apply oil to the threads? for what is loctite better? i just put it on but if i need oil let me know ill take it back off. i have a impact wrech the size of my head and 50lbs !
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oil is just to help heat resistance with 134 lbs
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oil is just to help heat resistance with 134 lbs
will i need to put some on or no?
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if the bolt is already on then dont worrie about it
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