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Driveshaft reinstallation Torques

So im putting my driveshaft back in, just got it back from the shop with new carrier bearing and all 3 u-joints. Im looking for the torque specs on all of these. The Carrier bearing bolts. The 12mm 12 point bolts that hold the driveshaft to the transfer case. Lastly the 4 bolts that connect it to the rear diff. Not sure what to call them but they are T-45 bolts. Thanks in advance!
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Also wondering if i should use locktite? Or antisieze? never done this before
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Antisieze wont hurt, locktite not necessary, thread the bolts in, snug the bolts, then tighten them pretty good, no real need to use torque wrench, but if you do use one, I think the torque is 45 ft\lbs.
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The torx bolts on my truck are like a T-47. a T-45 will strip the head, then your screwed. Trust me...
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