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On a ford 6.0 powerstroke, do you need to replace con rod or

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on a ford 6.0 powerstroke, do you need to replace con rod or main bolts when replacing bearings? Anything else to watch out for that isn't standard procedure on a engine while doing bearings?

Hello, can I get the year and model? thanks

Customer: replied 1 month ago.
2005 f-250

thnx, back shortly

These bolts are not torque to yield. Hard to explain but in any case? replacing the bolts are not required , If? you feel more comfortable? and you can get the bolts? then I would change them while there BUT.. not required. I have attached a large .pdf file showing rebuild information that also contains torque specifications. Hope this helps

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Customer: replied 1 month ago.

If you have any further questions? please ask, I am here to help the best I can, Thanks