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Does any one know what the caliper bolts torque specs are? I found the torque specs for the caliper mount bolts but not the caliper. I am replacing brake pads today and this info sure would help.

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2003 F-Super Duty/Excursion Workshop Manual
SECTION 206-03: Front Disc Brake
SPECIFICATIONS
Code:
Torque Specifications  
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

SECTION 206-04: Rear Disc Brake
Torque Specifications
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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2003 F-Super Duty/Excursion Workshop Manual
SECTION 206-03: Front Disc Brake
SPECIFICATIONS
Code:
Torque Specifications  
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
SECTION 206-04: Rear Disc Brake
Torque Specifications
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

Thanks Smokey, it is greatly appreciated...............now when it warms up a few more degrees this morning and the coffee kick in I will be ready!
 
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