I NEED TO KNOW THE CORRECT TORQUE FOR A FEW THING
1970 Mercury Marquis • 200,000 miles
Im currently rebuilding a 429 from a 70' Mercury Marquis, I bought a repair manual hoping it would tell me what i needed to know, well... it didnt, turns out it was a manual for a bunch of different cars and years, and it doesnt tell me the correct torque for the crank, rods, and heads. I was wondering if any of you had a manual for that specific car and could give me a detailed description of the torque and how i need to do it for the head (order and torque per bolt per round)
There you go
Ohh thank you sooo soo much!!! you dont know how much this helps and how much i needed it, i am forever in your debt!! :D
Your welcome - TY for using 2carpros
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