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Old 02-21-2011, 01:35 PM   #1
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Default 307 torque specs

Could someone please send me or post the engine bolt torque specs for a 307
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Default Re: 307 torque specs

You should be able to look up most of them on the autozone website. They have Chilton and Haynes manuals in their online help section.

http://www.autozone.com/autozone/rep...nfoLanding.jsp
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IMOI Chilton & Haynes Sux.

Here are the torque specs:
http://www.hotrodshack.com/torque_settings.htm
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Default Re: 307 torque specs

Yeah, they do suck, but they usually have all the torque specs. I have found a couple individual specs to be wrong though.

FYI OP, it's a good idea to check any torque spec given against a general maximum torque chart for size/thread/grade.

http://www.imperialinc.com/pdf/A_Fas...rqueCharts.pdf
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Yeah, they do suck, but they usually have all the torque specs. I have found a couple individual specs to be wrong though.

FYI OP, it's a good idea to check any torque spec given against a general maximum torque chart for size/thread/grade.

http://www.imperialinc.com/pdf/A_Fas...rqueCharts.pdf

That's a good tip -- Thx.
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Default Re: 307 torque specs

Thanks for all the helpful info guys
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