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Old 02-06-2012
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If someone has a chiltons could you please look up

If someone has a manual for my 2001 ford ranger edge, could you please look up the torque specs for the lower control arm bolts. Thank you!
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Ball joint nuts 98ftlbs. Lower control arm to frame 130ftlbs
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according my my haynes manual, the radius arm ( i guess thats a control arm correct me if im wrong) torque specs:
arm to frame --82-113 ft-lbs
arm to axle arm bolt --188-254ft-lbs
arm bracket to frame bolts --92-113ft-lbs.
balljoint stud nut --89-133ft-lbs


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Thanks you!! I lost my chiltons and could not find those numbers online. Very much appreciated. And I believe radius arms are what bolt solid axle. or solid axle like suspensions to the frame, but I am not sure either?
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Thanks you!! I lost my chiltons and could not find those numbers online. Very much appreciated. And I believe radius arms are what bolt solid axle. or solid axle like suspensions to the frame, but I am not sure either?
it out of my haynes manual so i dont think its anything solid axle, seeing as they dont come with solid front axles
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Ranger 94s specs are correct for 93-97 trucks

rolsmojave is correct for 98+ trucks
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Ranger 94s specs are correct for 93-97 trucks

rolsmojave is correct for 98+ trucks
mine are correct for 93-10 actually lol.
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mine are correct for 93-10 actually lol.
1998-2010 trucks do not have raduis arms. The frame changed in 1998 to SLA style front suspension. 1993-1997 has twin i beam or TTB set up with radius arms.
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