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Old 05-02-2020, 02:00 PM   #1
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Rear Pinion Torque ?

Please Help ....I need the Torque for the rear pinion screw ?
it is a International 3700 with the 7.3 Idi Engine from 1990 .
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Old 05-02-2020, 02:31 PM   #2
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sorry to be rude but quick help requires the right info. to be able to help?
your engine spec 7.3 does not give us what type of rear end your bus has?
little more info needed?
meritor,rockwell.eaton,spicer? many others
and not saying some engineer didnt do it but i have never seen a bolt on a pinion gear?
maybe you are actually talking about the ring gear?
but without knowing what you have we caint even come close to help finding specs or torques for bolts.
if you already have the rear end open and everything in and are in a hurry then give the bolts everything you have plus one more and close it up
i you aint using an impact in a rear end thats why you want the torque specs?
lotta things i could ask but wont cause i want to help- but dont really know your situation?
until you post again?
you have to help us help you?
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Old 05-02-2020, 02:41 PM   #3
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sorry i lied a little my old ford truck with a ford 9 inch rear end has a torque rating on the nut that holds the seal in but too get that you have to take that nut of with a torque wrench in inch pounds to know what torque to put it back together with?
is this the same scenario you have?
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Thanks for your fast answer . Here Is a picture .
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thanks for the pic.
still need to know what rear axle you are working with to help give you the proper torque spec.
there is NO guessing at it?
hopefully you got the right seal especially since you are asking for torque specs and you dont even know what rearend you have?
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from the picture you obviously went with a different gearing in your rear end also?
not the gearing itself but what did the donor come out of?
because they were used in many variations in many different variety of vehicles the motor itself can be alot of variants in design as well as your tranny and rearend
for me
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i have the least desirable but have dealt with it while making plans for upgrade?
an opinion?
you dont open up a piece of equipment or car,truck, bus, or anything unless you know what you are getting into?
ah hell that rant might work with mechanical but who in the world knows what each companies engineers think for that part?
sorryOP i lost track but we still need to know what rearend you are workiing on to be able to help
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I dont Know How Axle it Is ....i have only the vin . I have not renewed anything. the split pin was gone and the screw loose. Thanks for a Idea which Kind of Rear Is on my Bus .
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It Is a Dana Spicer Ratio 5.57
029ca101-2x on the plate

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