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PMF rear block/u bolt question

I'm installing Trevor's rear blocks on my 2010 f250, what are the tq specs for the nuts? They are 5/8" U bolts, I'd call him but its sat so no answer, thanks guys
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Not sure on PMF, but I did the Newton blocks last weekend and it said to lubricate the threads and torque to 140 ft/lbs.
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I go until I can tighten any more then after a few 100 miles I tighten again until I can tighten any more. Has worked great on all my lifted trucks for the past 10 years

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I go until I can tighten any more then after a few 100 miles I tighten again until I can tighten any more. Has worked great on all my lifted trucks for the past 10 years
Sounds good man thanks
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125 ft lbs-150 ft lbs. Re-torque after 250 miles. Tighten them down evenly as you go. If you have any questions, just let me know!

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