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Torque spec for ring and pinion gear (RING BOLTS) 1997 wrangler TJ

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Ring Gear Bolts

Models 181, 186 & 194 Axle 70-90 (95-122)
Model 198 Axle 95-105 (129-142)
Models 216 & 226 Axle 80 (108)
8 1/4" Ring Gear (Cherokee) 70 (95)

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