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What torque do the rear calipers take that mounts them to the car. I'm not talking the guide pins, I mean the actual caliper assembly to car?

"Disc brake caliper anchor bolts" is what I am referring to.
 

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Just put brake cooling kit on mine, 85 ftlbs
That's the front caliper mount torque value...I am talking about the rears. Is it the same?
 

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Found the answer on another site...

76 Lb-ft is the answer guys. :yes (For the BIG rear caliper mount bolts, NOT the slider mount bolts).
 

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Good info all in 1 spot. It baffles me though on the values, 76, 22 ............
This is a typical case of an engineer calculation vs the real world application.

Does anyone really think any mechanic actually uses any value that isn't a multiple of 5?
 
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