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Can anyone tell me when tightening keel bolts are there specific torque settings to follow ???
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The answer is yes, but it might be helpful to give more information about your boat. There are different torque specifications for different size bolts, and from what I have seen, different manufacturers and even different models.

My boat has 3/4" bolts and the torque spec is 250 foot pounds but I have seen at least one other boat with same size bolts and the spec. is 90 foot pounds.

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