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Old 11-10-2009, 08:01 AM   #1
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Default Diff Pinion torque?

what is the differential pinion nut Torque spec for an 03/04 Cobra?

also, isn't there a total turning torque spec???
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Thanks, so is a new crush sleeve required when you take off the companion flange???
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Thanks, so is a new crush sleeve required when you take off the companion flange???

proper way= yes
quick and cheap way= no


if you count the tread amount and mark the position of the nut before removal, you can reinstall in same spot with no issues. if you are installing a new pinion seal this will work, if new flange then i wouldn't use this method. this method has been done alot, and 0 no issues to date.
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