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Nv 4500 bell housing torque specs.


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11 minutes ago, jltait said:

If you go to the download section, you will find the factory service manuals. I have found them to be an asset in answering questions such as torque specs.

Thank you so much for the help, Have a great day.

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I normally just brake clean the spline shaft and leave the grease off the spline shaft. Yes it will splatter grease int the clutch. Throw-out bearings typically already have enough grease in the inner collar. Just make sure to clean it up after installing. Even fuel leaks around 4, 5, 6 can drip fuel into the clutch area. 

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