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· The Traveler
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I'll be lowering my rig in a few days and I'm wondering if anyone has torque values for reassembly. I've seen in some posts a value here or there but is there a more complete list? I'll be installing lowering springs, upper control arms and rear shocks.
 

· The Traveler
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Awesome info, thanks!
 

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Are there any diagrams that go along with these?
 

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No problem. Thanks again for the lists.
 

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Do you have the front brake caliper bolt torques? The two 21mm bolts?
 

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Jim it's coming along great until now. Rear is lowered and qa1's installed. Front passenger I'm started on and stuck at the moment.

Here is a copy of another post i made:
I'm installing my lowering kit on my 07. I can't figure out how to get the single bolt on the lower shock/strut assembly out. It connects to the lower control arm. The backside appears to have the nut welded on 24mm and the bolt head is a 21mm. The bolt head appears to have a locking collar around it with a tab covering on side. Any help on how this is removed?

Once I can figure this bolt out I will be good. I'm excited to get it done and take a test drive.
 

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Got the suspension mods complete. Test driving soon. Thanks for all the help guys.
 

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Let me know when you get back in town would like to check it out.

Jim
Will do Jim. I should be traveling back on Monday. Maybe Monday we can meet up? I'm thinking I'll get into town in the late afternoon.
 
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