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Discussion in 'Tips 'n' Tricks Topic' started by 70sbudget, Feb 25, 2012.
Just tried it out, wow, if those are #'s are accurate that is a useful tool! Thanx.
Great! no more ft-lb to Nm conversion for me! LOL!!
Ill just have to remember the site or that i posted this next time I have a question lol
that is a wonderful write-up...just 1 important factor that was left out.
You know...the 1 factor that might make it actually usefull.........what grade bolt!!!!!!!!....lol
here is where you want to be
for common STEEL bolts grade 5 - 8
great for "rule of thumb" stuff....quick reference only.... integral washer grade 9 7/16-20 bolt torque.....lol......is going to be a littlebit different as the washer face cause friction...it's grade 9 etc......
for stupid bolts...go here
test on Monday
Awesome! Thanks for sharing!
tips "n" tricks - torqe specs
Great; Thank you ...this is what nastyz28.com is all about!!!
For LSX engines there is one also
There should be a write up on torque wrenches themselves on here, there are a lot out there that are not that accurate.
I've always been told (and read) the beam torque wrenches are the most accurate ones, though it will be hard to read in certain situations.