flywheel removal and installation
what is the correct torque spec for the bolts holding the flywheel to the crankshaft? my haynes manual gives some crazy 60 degree turn ratio.
there is probably something on google for this try searching there I can't remember what I torqued mine down to
1993 Jeep Wrangler
4.0L Tom Woods rear HD shaft
D30 w/yukon alloys, lock right, jb4x4 bracket, Rusty's HD tie rod 8.8w/ LSD,SOA xj rear 100" wheelbase, homemade greasable boomerang shackles, SS braided lines, 1" prothane body lift, 35" TrXus M/T, smitty built XRC.
lots of gen right armor and rear stinger.
The 60 degree thing isn't hard. Once you've reached the book torque spec, you can mark where 2 adjacent corners on each bolt point to on the flywheel. Since the bolt head has 6 corners, each corner represents 60 degrees. Tighten to specs, then go another 60 degrees. My Haynes manual shows 50 ft-lbs all the way around and then the additional 60 degree turn on the 4 cylinder motor.
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