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    Common SHO Torques on a Page

    The Service Manual I have is almost funny now with about 80% of the pages now loose form the binding.

    I always seem to be looking in it for a torque value. So, here are a lot of the common ones on one page. I stick this on the wall for a single point of reference.


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    GOOD THREAD, great simple idea cheers SHOBIZ

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    Thanks Mr. Biz.

    Set into favorites.

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    same . saved on file. more great info for future use. keep it up guys....

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    You must be torquing and untorquing a lot of bolts... lol

    You think that is bad? I went to Kinkos and had a full 18X24 inch banner of the SHO wiring diagram printed out and laminated. I'm so sick of looking at wiring I can hardly see straight.

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    Nice job Biz, very helpful. I know i'm nowhere near the level of assembly/disassembly of your SHO, but I've pretty much memorized all the Torque settings for the Valve cover, supercharger, IC bracket, rideplate, pump, nozzle etc. I can even rattle off the size wrench/socket for everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poof100 View Post
    Nice job Biz, very helpful. I know i'm nowhere near the level of assembly/disassembly of your SHO, but I've pretty much memorized all the Torque settings for the Valve cover, supercharger, IC bracket, rideplate, pump, nozzle etc. I can even rattle off the size wrench/socket for everything.
    Ah, I should update this to include socket needed!!!

    Even at 43 my mind is started to forget pretty easy or I just have t odouble check to make sure of things.

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