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Quick question before I install my new clutch: Does any body know what the torque specs on the clutch bolts and bell housing bolts are? Thanks
 

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funny you meantion that....but I replaced my clutch with the engine still in and I didn't even bother with a proper torquing of the bolts because I couldn't reach half of them using the torque wrench with all the coolant hoses still connected. :| I just tightened as much as I could with the given leverage I had :cry:


Did I meantion I hadn't really slept in a couple days when I did this :mrgreen:
 

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bgb tranny bolt spec torque

BGB '00 5SP MT
The 16 transmission case bolts aka "Bell housing" = 22ftlbs.
The 9 case cover bolts = 13ftlbs
Pressure plate aka " clutch cover " to flywheel - 6 bolts - 14ftlbs

You didnt get this far w/o a BGB did you?
flywheel to crankshaft -8 bolts - tighten to 36ftlb in x-cross pattern and then again 90 degrees - They're matchmarked and thread locked.
 

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haha i know those specs like a highschool locker combo by now, had them on a little card in my tool box and dont even need to look at them anymore, pretty sad.
 

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I'm 90% done with the installation and I noticed that my clutch came with a throw out bearing and a smaller bearing. Where does the smaller bearing go?
 
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