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#1 (permalink) Old 10-07-2004, 12:52 PM
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i just got my UUC pulleys for my 328is and the directions that came with the pulleys did not tell me the torque spec's of the bolts for the water pump and the power steering pulleys. Does anyone know what they are?

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I would get in touch with the maufacturer as most of these are cast aluminum or an aluminum alloy, and you need to know the exact torque numbers.
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anybody know the torque #'s ?

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Sorry, I misread. You can't go wrong with grade 8 as we use these for suspension parts.
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Not a good day, I really can't say, flywheel to crankshaft is 72 lb/ft.
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what is grade 8? 72 lb/ft sounds like way too much. im thinking around 26 lb/ft.

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