It's 85 INCH-pounds. Unless you have a in-lb torque wrench, the next best thing is "wrist tight" with a quarter inch drive socket and ratchet. They don't have to be killer tight, just enough to compress the gasket a little. Recheck them in a day or so in case the gasket takes a set.
Tightening sequence is not important, but if you are worried, start in the middle and work out to the two ends.
1992 XJ 2" lift -- RIP
2000 XJ 3" lift -- Australian Ford Big Brakes up front, rock rails, ZJ rear discs (with WORKING parking brake), C4x4 rear bumper/tire carrier, Hella H4 headlights, IPF driving lights, OEM skid plates, OME springs/shocks, JKS LCA's, JKS Sway Bar links.