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Tightening torque question

Anyone know the torque spec for the cam housing hollow bolts - that hold down the cam housing oil lines. I can't find this spec in either the workshop manual or Wayne's book. I'm guessing 25.8ft-lbs, but would like to confirm.
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i don't have the book in front of me but i know it's in there. I think it's under cam oil line adapter or something like that.
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The adapter is the part that screws into the cam housing and that the hollow nut screws into.
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I would guess it depends on if the oilline is new or not.
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