You really need to take a reading before youremove the nut and tighten the nut 3-5 pounds inch more than it was when you took it apart. If you didn't you need to torque it to 25 pounds-inch with a new nut and sleeve. You can probably rent an inch pound torque wrench from the parts store. Turn it several turns after tightening it and before reading the torque.
The only torque you should be concerned with is the torque it takes to rotate the pinion gear alone, 8-14 inch pounds for old bearings, 16-29 in/lbs. for new bearings. The torque it takes to crush the crush collar (tightening the pinion nut) will be above 140 foot lbs. and this will set your tension on the pinion bearings. If you put a new crush collar in you are going to have to remove axles and carrier to get the proper pre-load on the pinion bearings.
the torque specs are 59-64 ft-lbs.
There is no specific pinion nut torque. The pinion nut has to be tightened until the proper pinion preload is established. Pinion preload is what matters
Torque specs on a 2007 ram pinion
What is the torque specs on a 2001 ford truck rear end pinion nut..
There is no specific pinion nut torque that needs to be reached.. You just need to tighten the nut until the correct pinion preload is reached.
There are 3 possibilities:-1) If the pinion has less teeth than the wheel - torque is increased.2) If the pinion has more teeth than the wheel - torque is decreased.3) If the pinion has the same number of teeth as the wheel - torque is constant.
I don't believe there is a specific torque specification! Once you install the crush sleeve and tighten the nut to the desired preload on your pinion bearings, your torque will be what it will be.
The General Motors 3.42 rear end pinion?ænut torque specification is 240 pounds. The pinion nut should be torqued in 80 pound intervals.
Depends on which engine it has. The ohv V6 4.3L has 160 H.P. & 230 Lb/Ft Torque.
i think 210
It's between the engine and transmission. It slides onto the input shaft of the transmission and bolts to the flexplate on the engine.