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Torque specs on rear suspension

Just curious if anybody would know what you torque the shackles to on the rear leaf springs where the leaf meets the shackle and the shackle to the truck. also wondering specs for bolts on the rear shocks as well.
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Spring rear bolt to shackle and shackle to frame bracket 173 lb ft (235nm)

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Lower shock bolt 111 lb ft (150nm)
Upper nut 52 lb ft (70nm)

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[QUOTE=voodooridr;16294871]Lower shock bolt 111 lb ft (150nm)
Upper nut 52 lb ft (70nm)

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What about front shocks? I would love to have that info handy for the future
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What about front shocks? I would love to have that info handy for the future
46lb ft (63nm) on the upper bushing/nut
111lb ft (150nm) on the lower bolt

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