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post #1 of 11 Old 12-12-2013, 09:21 AM Thread Starter
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cant find torque specs

Need a little help finding the torque specs for the bolts that hold the ring on the carrier and the spec for the 2 caps that hold the carrier in the diff. Thanks for the help
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Should be in Yukons installation manual on their site.

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PM sent,, also make sure you have right axle called out, front or rear, 44 or 30

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thanks its on a 30
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Bearing Cap Bolts, ft. lbs for stock configuration
45

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Ring Gear Bolts

80

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Yukon says 60 for the caps.

http://www.yukongear.com/Downloads/M...structions.pdf

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My jeep is a 2013 with what jeep call "next gen dana 30" so im not sure torque specs from an 09 would be correct. Any one have a 2013 dealer service manual that wouldnt mind looking them up for me thanks.
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My jeep is a 2013 with what jeep call "next gen dana 30" so im not sure torque specs from an 09 would be correct. Any one have a 2013 dealer service manual that wouldnt mind looking them up for me thanks.
'09 was also the "Next Gen"


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so whats the correct torque spec????? both of the answers given are way off from each other.
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so whats the correct torque spec????? both of the answers given are way off from each other.

60 ft/lbs. JK Dana 30. Read the chart for yourself.

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Here's a good list:

http://project-jk.com/jeep-jk-write-...orque-settings

I just did a set of Yukons and thought the d44 specs listed were way too high, 135 ft/lbs vs 55 for a regular d44????

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