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      04-26-2011, 04:19 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by m31984 View Post
I saw on another forum the specs for an e46 m3 diff rated at 60nm for rubber gaskets and 65nm for crush washers
Damn, that's super high for a drain plug IMO. Now I remember having to lift the darn car to break the plugs loose, so those torque numbers might be right. If you're not familiar hand-torquing drain bolts (I've been doing it for decades, and never an issue), I suggest you use the factory torque specs. I also tried the search function to help you out, but it SUCKS on this site; couldn't find anything. You might want to specifically ask for that on a new thread, with the added benefit future members can easily find it ('Need torque value for differential fill and drain bolts', or something like that). Good luck buddy.
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