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09-18-2003 01:46 PM
bullheimer last i heard bolts are torqued to a spec that is pretty much the same for anything depending on the size-diameter- of the bolt regardless of where it's going. at least i've seen tables to that effect. just cant remember if it was in a 1955 service manual or not. but now on engine guts' bolts, like rod bolts esp., they are using a stretch gauge. i have never ever torqued those bolts youre talking about and havent had an engine fall out yet.
09-18-2003 12:28 PM
78 monte Tighten them till there snug,then give um an extra yank.You don't really need to torque them.
09-18-2003 05:13 AM
Kevin45 Fatslapper...I hate to disagree but there are torque specs for every bolt on every engine. I will look in one of my manuals later today. OK I did a quick search and found this on a Buick 350 Right here and it shows the mount to the block is 63 foot-lbs. which would be the same for a Chebby

Kevin
09-12-2003 10:08 PM
fatslapper been a mechanic for years dont think there is a torque spec just tighten them as tight as you can
09-08-2003 03:06 PM
v9kotch
chevy 350 small block mount bolt torque

Who knows motor mount bolt torque for chevy 350 small block ?

Thanks

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