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This is a discussion on Anyone know???? within the Internal Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I know the head bolts and crank pulley bolts need to be torqued, then angle torqued. I don't have a ...

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    Anyone know????

    I know the head bolts and crank pulley bolts need to be torqued, then angle torqued. I don't have a angle torque wrench, just a normal torque wrench. Is there a conversion for just normal ft-lbs for the head/crank bolts?????
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    Go to ls1howto.com . It worked for me using my regular twrench+a cheeter pipe.lol

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    Thanks alot man, I will try it. Hopefully it all works out

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    No. You can however cheat with a sharpie. A 1/2" torque angle gauge runs about $7.50 though, why screw around over that?

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    Cheater pipe works great on crank pulley bolt. You can get a good estimate of your degrees with a long pipe. Just dont dont count the degrees the when motor turns over slightly

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    I am breaking down and borrowing one from a buddies dad

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    Better safe than with a broken head bolt or a lifted head!

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