[DML] Re: Torque Numbers
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[DML] Re: Torque Numbers



I was not trying to be harsh, just giving you a reality check. You
knew you should get the manuals but didn't. If you damaged the motor
because you didn't have the manuals during your rebuild you would not
be saving much. The torque procedure is best read right out of the
manual, not being posted here. That along with all the torque values.
You CAN say the motor is very low mileage but the car is what the
odometer says it is. It can NEVER be below the mileage on the title
when you bought it. In most States if the odometer is ever changed you
are supposed to have a sticker on the door jamb stating that the
odometer was changed and the mileage.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "rlingo" <rlingo@xxxx> wrote:
> Dude, why so harsh.?  I uderstand what your saying.  Just sounded a
little 
> to much like my Ex Wife...
>








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