Front bumper torque specs

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  1. Eoseitz

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    Hey everyone. I’m installing the Daystar front winch mount bumper on my Trailhawk. I can’t seem to find the torque specs for the aluminum bumper. Does anyone happen to know what they should be torqued to? Thanks.
     
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    Page 3 of this attached file has the bolt torque specifications.
     
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    I wish you worked at my dealership!
     
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    Awesome. Thanks.
     
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    I just checked page 3 and it doesn't list the bolts and nuts that hold the aluminum bumper on. The daystar directions say that there are 4 15mm bolts on each side and 3 10mm nuts.
     
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    Any idea what these are for? The daystar instructions are pretty horrible. They don’t even mention these. The bags have random labels that don’t make sense.

    I think I installed the winch mount brackets in the correct spot. Do they bolt onto the frame where the tow hooks were bolted down? There are two bolts on each side?

    I have a total of 8 bolts/washers/nuts. It looks like each side uses 4 to connect the winch mount to the winch mount mounts.
     

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    I figured it out finally. They go under the winch support bracket. Two bolts are factory and one is supplied in the kit...I hope.
     
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    The direction are giving the torque for the bolt size.
    Daystar is giving you the size of the wrench or socket size to tighten the bolt or nut.

    15mm is the M10 size bolt and the 10mm will be the M6 size.
     

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