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11/22/2003
21:34:07

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Does anyone know what the torque setting is for the lifter yoke bolts? I've checked Haynes repair manual and a Dodge service manual and could not find a setting.



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11/23/2003
23:51:12

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I also looked on my disks and its not there

They need a .050 .060 preload for the roller
lifters in these trucks.

I usualy just snug the push rod low cam and half
turn seams to work well for me on stockers

Larry
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11/23/2003
23:52:36

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u still in this post larry?




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11/23/2003
23:56:16

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Here for a little while yet

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11/24/2003
00:00:01

RE: Lifter Yoke
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did you see my question in the next post yet?




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11/24/2003
00:03:23

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Yes answered,

Go with the dynomax 17748 they are what used to
be walker and are also listed ad a street hemi
muff

Its a good muff and you will like it unless you
want to rattle your ears than a flowmaster 40

Larry
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11/24/2003
08:02:40

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Thanks for the replies. I found the torque spec's on the lifter yoke in another Dodge book I had. It's 17 ftlb. if anyone needs to remove and tighten these two bolts ( three for a V8 ), this is what you use.



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