GT Suspension Torque Numbers

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    Fucking hell I'm colorblind. I can see the black and the bright yellow, but I can't see the red. FML.
     
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    Wow you really are color blind. That's green and red. ;)

    The good news is the red are incorrect values so you aren't missing much.

    BTW, I like your bright green car!
     
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    Any chance we could get more diagrams for the ignorant such as myself that don't know the names for all the suspension pieces yet? Maybe I'll put something together and then with forum input I can update it.
     
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    Here's a page from the Ford service manual. Rear Suspension Components.JPG Rear Suspension Components Labeling.JPG
     
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    #81 TNcoupe, Apr 4, 2017
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    What thread pitch are the rear sway bar bracket bolts? I stripped the starting thread on one and need a tap or a replacement bolt.

    NM, found it.
     
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    Part numbers?

    Any chance of part numbers for all the ones that are single use?

     
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    What about the diff bolts,or did i just miss them lol.
     
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    I'll update the thread with your changes and try to change the title. I created this without any manuals a long time ago. It wasn't confirmed at that point the everything was the same between the V6, EB, and GT.

    I only owned a GT so I just posted the numbers I had, so yes GT was the only thing that mattered to me. I was in the middle of my suspension build so looking up numbers for cars I don't own wasn't on my todo list.
     
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    Does anyone know the rear wheel bearing bolt torque specs? Four bolts that hold the hub in place.
     
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    98lbs
     
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    This should be added to the 1st post. I didn't see it on there
     
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    Right i'm redoing my front knuckle, i know some of these numbers have been posted before but this is for all the OEM pieces. These are all the bolts that mount INTO THE FRONT KNUCKLE.

    Front Control arm: 85lb-ft(115.2NM)
    Spindle-Strut Bolt: 184lbft(249.4(nm)
    Lug nuts: 150lbft
    Brake Bolts: 85lbft (115.2nm)
    Steeringarm/track rod end: 59b-ft (80nm) + LOCTITE
    Wishbone: 86LB-ft (115.2nm)
     
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    I ordered some eibach pro kit springs for my European 2017 GT convertible,ref E10-35-029-03-22,but the suspension stops are not included.should I cut them as shown in the picture in the first post?

    These springs will lower the front by 25mm and the rear by 20mm.
     
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