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Old 07-10-2006, 12:01 AM   #1
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Hi Y'all,

Got my M62 cleaned up and wanted to check the torque of the nose to casing bolts. (last owner had the nose rebuilt, so I opened it up to take a peek and see if anything was out of whack) Just need to retorque the bolts. Anybody happen to know if there is a specific torque spec on the bolts, or just use the common table based on bolt size.

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I assume you're talking about an M62, but in the future, you need to clearly state which. The 62'* specs are identical to the M90 specs in those pages linked above.
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I assume you're talking about an M62, but in the future, you need to clearly state which. The 62'* specs are identical to the M90 specs in those pages linked above.
Thanks for the two scans.

Not sure what you mean by the comment. I think I clearly stated, twice, that I was working on an M62 in the original post?
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Sorry, it was late last night, and I'm still recovering from a 600 mile road trip.

In the FUTURE please make it very clear in your topics, considering your car never came with one. People won't know if you're attempting a conversion with an M62 or a full swap with an M90. We've had this issue before.

You might want to put this in your signature. It'll help immensely.
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I assume you're talking about an M62, but in the future, you need to clearly state which. The 62'* specs are identical to the M90 specs in those pages linked above.
Thanks for the two scans.

Not sure what you mean by the comment. I think I clearly stated, twice, that I was working on an M62 in the original post?
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