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are these reuseable or are they torque to yield? also whats the torque spec on em? thanks guys :)
 

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no they are not torque to yield
 

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thanks folks
 

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thanks folks

NP Just double check the torque specs if i had my Chiltons books here i could tell you for sure but im just going off my memory from when i get my ARP Fly Bolts.You should also out a dab of ARP assembly lube or Tranny fluid on the threads before doing so.
 

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the bolts are reusable right?
 

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i paid 59 bucks for 6 pressure plate bolts:sorry
 

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Flywheel/driveplate mounting bolts: 59 to 64 FT-lbs and they are reusable and not TTY, manual advises to apply teflon sealant to the threads before tightening not sure if you want to if you do use assembly lube make sure you clean off all the excess with brake cleaner after they are torqued to specs
 

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just use 2 of them, thats all you need. throw the others away.







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just use 2 of them, thats all you need. throw the others away.







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as it sits 1 1/2 would be more than enough to hold it togehter haha come spring time it might need 3...maybe ;) haha
 

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yup, i've reused mine 3 times. i torque them to 60ft lbs.. make sure you use thread locker on the pressure plate bolts, they will come loose if you don't. those are supposed to be torqued to 21 lbs but i said no ****in way thats tight enough and went to 26.
 

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If you are doing a auto to manual swap or vice versa, you are going to need different length bolts though...
Yep...

Flywheel is thicker therefore needing longer bolts.
Flexplate is thinner therefore needing shorter bolts.


That's why i coulden't re-use my ARP Flywheel bolts when i went Auto:mad:
 

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well, auto is :gay so thats what you get!
 

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I got a hold of centerforce today... I have to send them back my clutch, they have been very good to deal with so far so we'll see lol thanks for the replies guys :)
 
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