GT Suspension Torque Numbers

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    i noticed that too...went to do my suspension and couldn't find shit. i was amazed! with the jeep there's a list of every damn bolt on that fawker.

    thanks for this thread OP
     
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    Added bump stop trim dimensions.
     
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    Some more to add to the list. alignment.jpg front Wheel hub.jpg rear wheel hub.jpg rear wheel knuckle.jpg toe rod front.jpg front knuckle (svt pp).jpg front knuckle (svt pp) 2.jpg front knuckle (svt pp) 3.jpg
     
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    First off, thank you so much for gathering and posting all this information.

    I'm planning on installing some BMR lowering springs, but I only have a floor jack and no access to a lift. How would you recommend I clock the bushings? Do I need to try and put the car on ramps?
     
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    I had the shop that did my alignment take care of mine.

    As far as I can figure the best you can do is put one axle on ramps at a time and clock those bushings. The loading isn't perfect but should be closer than doing nothing.
     
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    Anyone know the torque for the motor mounts? Both the underside and upper bolts. I've had some vibrations since I installed my long tubes, thinking maybe I didn't tighten the motor mounts or tranny mounts enough.
     
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    I don't have those numbers. I hope you get an answer here but it might be better to make a new thread so your question will get seen more.
     
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    Here's some more to add to the list, thanks to [MENTION=13829]srf52[/MENTION]

    According to the 2015 Mustang GT WSM:

    LH and RH engine mount bracket, bolts and stud bolt
    Torque : 41 lb.ft (55 Nm)

    LH and RH engine mount nut
    Torque : 46 lb.ft (63 Nm)

    The top transmission-to-engine bolt and stud bolt
    Torque : 35 lb.ft (48 Nm)

    LH and RH transmission-to-engine bolts
    Torque : 35 lb.ft (48 Nm)

    MT82 transmission support insulator and crossmember and the bolts
    Torque : 76 lb.ft (103 Nm)
     
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    I thought the upper strut nut(the single one that people have issues with the shaft turning) was 76 ft/lbs.

    It's actually 184? It's late and maybe I'm reading the specs wrong.

    Thanks in advance.
     
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    sorry to bump the thread, do you have that bushing illustration again? :D
     
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    I clarified that now so it is easier to understand. The single nut is 76.
     
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    I'm not sure how they disappeared from the post, I readded them.
     
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    Hmm not sure if this site is having issues or Imgur, I just changed them to links.
     
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    question, what did you guys do to get the one bolt that's pretty much behind the spring , i loosened it when i was installing my springs.
     
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