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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old Feb 11th, 08, 07:23 PM Thread Starter
 
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Crank Pulley - Bolt torque and tighten sequence

I just replaced my crank pully with a 3 groove alum pully. Not sure if the center bolt is tighted to 55 to 60 torque first and then the 3 pulley bolts (torque ?) or vice versa.

Also, i will be added brackets for aftermarket ac and could use a quick torque tip for the intake front bolts and exhaust bolts. I think the exh is 25lbs.

This is a crate 350 small block motor. Nothing special.

Thanks in advance for any help. In over my head and just scrambling trying to keep this major project (ac and interior redo) going.
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Re: Crank Pulley - Bolt torque and tighten sequence

Does the crank bolt have a big washer that is going to seat against the forward face of the pulley? If so then you need the 3 small screws run up snug before you do the crank bolt.

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Re: Crank Pulley - Bolt torque and tighten sequence

Yes, it has the big flat washer. Thank you. Do you have the torque on those?
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