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I'm going to make some inferences from your post that you're checking the bottom-end of the engine as well as the top end. The answer to your question is that you must replace the connecting rod bolts if you remove them. They are torque-to-yield just like the main cap bolts and cannot be reused. ARP and Manley sell replacement bolts that are not torque-to-yield, or you can go with Ford OEM bolts and follow the procedures. Suggest looking at 4.6 engine assembly post at the beginning of this forum for complete info.

Jay
 
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