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where can i find torque specs?

does any one know of a book or website that I can reference? looking to do shocks and stabilizer.but I don't plan buying another truck for a while so I might as well get a manual on it.


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Torque specs for what? The motor? 735 ft-lbs or 800 ft-lbs depending on your build date if that's what you're asking.


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I think he's looking for a shop manual which would have all the different procedures and how tight to torque down various nuts. I have no insight where to get one for a 6.7 but I would imagine a quick google search or Amazon search would shed some light.

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Sorry, thought I was being clear, I'm doing my shocks and a stabilizer all I could find was 34 foot pounds for the top front shock nut, just wondering if anyone has found a good book on various torque specs throughout the truck. I'm a little old school when it comes to working on the truck where it is nice to have a book beside you. All I have found with googling is that a Haynes is available, just was hoping someone had another manual or book that they have used.


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