torque spec for clutch 1980 ford f150

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Asked by Jun 17, 2008 at 09:31 PM about the 1980 Ford F-150

Question type: General

need torque specs for cluthc plate and pressure plate

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9,455

Crap... For some reasons I have 80 ft/lbs stuck in my head for the pressure plate... prolley +/- 5 ft/lbs I have no clue on the clutch though... About 20 ft/lbs I think... I do know you need to get new flywheel bolts since they were made for one time use. They won't hold torque the second time around and can cause problems for you down the road. Hopefully someone with a reference will post since I'm not very sure on my numbers. I'll almost positive I'm WRONG though..

9,455

*bump* Sorry wanted this brought back to the top, since I don't think my response is right. All you guys who complain about never getting 'real questions' where are you?

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65 ft/lbs for the flywheel and 35 ft/lbs for the clutch.

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