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    Exhaust Clamp

    How tight do you make that T-clamp that goes from the manifold to the silver J pipe?? I was putting mine back on and even using my left hand and not even thinking it was getting snug I flared out the sides where the T is on the clamp and broke the clamp. If I thought it was tight I would have stopped.


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    The torque rating for that clamp, installed properly is 97lbf*in
    Be careful going too tight. Use a torque wrench for everything. all specs are noted in the service manual.
    Hopefully somebody will have a clamp for you.
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    Anyone know the size of this clamp?

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    ya i found one, man it didnt even seem like i was even making it tight. 97 seems pretty tight. O well, torque wrench this time

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    97lbf*in

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    That's inch pounds not foot pounds... Ron

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    my wrench only has foot lbs, what does that = to??

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    To convert inch pounds to foot pounds, divide by 12. So, 97lbf*in would be 8.08 ft lbs... Ron

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    12 in lbs. = 1 ft lb.

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    ah cool, easy now. lol

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