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Hi, plan on doing brakes on my SuperDuty soon, and was wondering what the factor torque specs are for all nuts and bolts to do the job. Thaks

Going with OEM parts, anyone know if Ford OEM parts, Motorcraft, Ford Motorsports, and stainless steel license plate tags if reputable?

Also, are these the correct part numbers for front and rear? thanks

BRR89 frt rotors
BRR94 rear rotors
BRSD756 frt pads
BRSD757 rear pads
 

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We use the German Metric system for brakes... "Guten-tite"


seriously, only thing I remember is the front caliper brackets @ 160 ft lbs.
 

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tight, haha thats my torque specs on everything
Same here, then again I've broken a few bolts too :doh: Gives ya that warm and tingly feeling and deja vu, followed by snap :doh:


Brakes aren't bad, you'll know when the calipers are down good, and the big bolts holding down the caliper mounting bracket will take a good crank, so 160 ft/lbs sounds about right.
 

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Torque Specifications Front
Description lb-ft
Disc brake caliper pin bolt 42
Front brake hose bolt 26
Front disc brake caliper anchor plate bolt
(Excursion, F-250, F-350) 166


Torque Specifications Rear
Description (lb/ft)
Disc brake caliper pin bolts — Excursion, F-250/F-350 with Ford and Dana axle = 27
Bleeder screw — Excursion, F-250/F-350 with Ford axle = 8
Rear wheel disc brake adapter bolts — Excursion, F-250/F-350 with Ford axle = 150
Rotor shield bolts — Excursion, F-250/F-350 with Ford axle = 8
Rotor-to-hub bolts = 94
Disc brake caliper anchor bolts = 128 lb/ft
Stone shield nuts = 46
 

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Thanks for posting those specs.
 

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Hi, I am doing the brakes on a 2004 F450. I would like the torque specs (PLEASE) on:
Axel bolts
axel nut
Rotor to hub
Caliper large bolts
caliper small bolts
THANK YOU!
 
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