Off-roader is correct. The last service bulletin stated 184NM +-4. According to Online Conversions torque converter section, 1 lb-ft equals ~1.356 NM. Therefor 184NM = 135.711 lb-ft +- 3. I would let the dealer do it because it can be a pain getting everything back together right, but I would also check it myself the moment I got it home. You can read my whole saga if you like, but the simple fact is when the dealer does not get it right, and you drive it without knowing that for 2000 miles like I did, the headache grows rapidly.
-------------------- '95 Montero SR 3.5L, Trail Gear Sliders, Rugged Ridge XHD Front Bumper, 33x12.5 Duratracs, much more in the works....
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