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Greetings -

Ahm swapping the perfeclty good Spicer 18 gears into a '77 Dana 20 case and adding the new intermediate gear from Novak to eliminate that noisy t-case madness. Anyway, been searching near and far to get original torque values for that old 18 case (it is a 1962 version).

Since most of the paper gaskets are paper gaskets, I don't wanna wrench on it too hard or too soft. Think it wise to use RTV on both sides of the gaskets too??

If you can point me towards some data, it sure would help!:shaking:

Thanks!
 

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Mike -

Thanks a bunch, I downloaded and printed 'em all. I have seen these images before, but I cannot find the torque values? Is there another page somewhere, or didn't Kaiser spec torques?

thanks again
 

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Thats all the pages there were :shaking: I scanned em a couple years ago and got rid of the manual. FWIW I've always tightened them to tight
 

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rear output bearing retainer.. 30 - 40 lb-ft
output yoke nuts 200 - 300 lb-ft
bottom case cover bolts 15 - 20 lb-ft
ideler gear lockplate bolt 15 - 20 lb-ft
 
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