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ARP install question

Is this piece called the rocker arm fulcrum plate or rocker arm carrier? I'm new to all this and need to be able to properly torque it. Also can I torque the 2 bolt on here with so far only have my injectors back o to the head?
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uh....whatcha talking bout buddy

All I see are glowplugs and the head in that pic...

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Sorry part with the black bracket that mounts to the head
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uh....whatcha talking bout buddy

All I see are glowplugs and the head in that pic...
That's the rocker box, not the head.

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That's the rocker box, not the head.

Bottom left of the picture
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but to answer the OP... I dont remember

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There are two bolt that hold the rocker box to the head. I'm not gonna tighten them all the way until I get the nuts on my arp's hand tight. Does this seem right? And what do I torque the two bolts to. In the manual I have it doesn't say rocker box, its says rocker arm fulcrum plate or rocker arm carrier. I don't know which is which.
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There are two bolt that hold the rocker box to the head. I'm not gonna tighten them all the way until I get the nuts on my arp's hand tight. Does this seem right? And what do I torque the two bolts to. In the manual I have it doesn't say rocker box, its says rocker arm fulcrum plate or rocker arm carrier. I don't know which is which.
It's the rocker carrier

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Bottom left of the picture
lol

but to answer the OP... I dont remember
My eyes went to the biggest part in the pic. Way to play it off though!

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My eyes went to the biggest part in the pic. Way to play it off though!

Like how I did that? LOL


OP, I let a friend know about your question... he helped me out with my build, I remember his telling me how to torque them.
He does come off a bit harsh sometimes though
Don't mind him... he just want's attention LOL!!!

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Haha thanks for all the help guys. One other question. I'm obviously studding the truck with it being all apart. I'm almost ready to put the heads back on. But while the heads where one of my "genius" turned the engine. Now when I go to put the push rods, rockers, head , and etc back on do I have to find some sort of timing mark first or just simply put everything on? I'm new to all of this as you can tell ha
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