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Old 01-30-2003, 10:17 PM   #1
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Valve body torque specs..

I posted in the tranny section, I'm looking for a quick answer though. Looking for torque spec on a 700r4 valve body bolts. I just finished a transgo kit, but not sure of bolt torque.
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I know it's old but I have the exact same question.
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Re: Valve body torque specs..

Yeah. Still need an answer.
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Re: Valve body torque specs..

Anybody consider buying an $18 GM transmission shop manual????

I've got one at home, but I'm not at home. Besides, you need your own book. . .
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Re: Valve body torque specs..

100 in/lb for a 4L60/TH700-R4 valve body, including the accumulator bolts.

A manual would be helpful, especially if the shift kit doesn't work out.
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