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Driveshaft reinstallation Torques

I am putting my driveshaft back together tonight and looking for the torques. i need the carrier bearing bolts, the front 12mm 12 point bolts that connect to the transfer case and the rear bolts that are the T-45 bit. Thanks!
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Not super important to get exact spec, I just use my elbow torque wrench.

If you want to torque them for your own piece of mind, and can't find them in a service manual, a standard bolt torque chart will get you where you need to be. Good luck!

Bolt Torque Chart | Portland Bolt

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