Rear Diff Drain/Fill Plug Torque???
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    Question Rear Diff Drain/Fill Plug Torque???

    Anyone know what the rear diff drain/fill plugs need to be torque'd to?
    I just finished changing my fluid and would like to torque them down correctly... right now they're just "really tight"
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    36.2 ft-lbs according to the service manual.
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    What tool does one use to exactly torque a bolt, nut, etc.? Sorry for the dumb question.

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    Sweet... lol I knew what it was (sorry for not metioning); I just never seen one. Thanks a lot.

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    Originally posted by InfamousDX
    Sweet... lol I knew what it was (sorry for not metioning); I just never seen one. Thanks a lot.
    Not a problem.

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