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Oil Drain Plug Torque

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Hi All, Just did my first oil change (oil was fresh 4K miles ago when I bought it). My Haynes manual says to torque the oil plug to 60 ft lbs. I thought that was a bit much so I only torqued it to 40. The plug bolt broke!! I torqued its replacement to 35. Is that enough? Thanks,Jay

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OMG! Wow! I know there was a TSB on the about the Dodge FSM being too high at 40 ft/Lbs... But 60 Ft/Lbs??? :stuned: I normally just use my short ratchet tighten it snug... I don't even bother with a torquing bar. Every oil change it seriously tight on mine...:banghead:

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white :P

notice in your sig "lucas synthetic oil stabalizer"

Any comments - was just reading the bottle today at walmart and was curious - No experience with it - just wondering.

i like it...i was a BIIIIGG lucas injector cleaner fan and seen that lucas have got all kinds of products out there...i have alot of folk that tell me that they could actually see a slight difference in there gauge for psi...i have always used there products till i was a 24 valver vp owner...and thanks to our ADMIN...i like 2 cycle diet.so far so good using this particular product.

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