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need torque pattern for 1987 big block 427 chev
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need torque pattern for 1987 big block 427 chev
Hummm!!!!!!!!!!!!!! what did this 427 come out of ? Have you tried Google yet ?


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Umm, you start with the first bolt and follow the torque sequence in multiple steps until you've reached the desired torque. After you're finished you do a final pass at full torque. This will not just work on big block chevys, but small blocks, Chryslers, Fords, flatheads, four cylinders, diesels, piping flanges, turbine casings and more. It works great....

There you go, generalized questions get generalized responses. Hope it helps.
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