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    Any one know what the driveline bolts(bolts from drive line to PTO) should be torqued to?
    Also when adding a PTO to the flex plate, does th torque spec of 60 ft lbs remain the same?

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    Hal, I just pull them down tight as possible! They are not easy to get on so make sure they are tight and I use locktight too! WT


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    Quote Originally Posted by Widetrack View Post
    Hal, I just pull them down tight as possible! They are not easy to get on so make sure they are tight and I use locktight too! WT

    i tight them up good and have never had one back up a bit. while doing new things to my motor over the last few months, the driveline comes off a few times a month. your doing a setback right hol?, if so, i would say no to locktight.
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