I just backed it all the way out and put it right back in torque it and backed it out 2 1/2 turnsShould be ok to go, as long as you didnt use footpounds...
And it'd a shift kit like goes inside the truck to change gears is what I was installing...Follow what the directions of the shift kit says, some kits say 2 turns, some say 2 1/2. It depends on the kit itself. Now, the weird shaped little piece inside the transmission that holds the end of the band and the adjustment bolt itself most likely didn't move when you backed the adjustment bolt all the way out. If you were indeed able to adjust the bolt to 72 inch pounds and then back it out properly, the adjustment bolt would have to go into the case about an extra inch if this piece had slipped out of position, so if it didn't do that, you should be OK without pulling the pan to check it.
Yes floor shifter I took the front band screw all the way out....and put it right back in the same spot...just seeing if I should leave it or drop the pan and body and see if it lined up right...Like a floor shifter instead of a transmission mechanical valve body shift kit? If it is not a transmission shift kit, then adjust the bands to stock setting.
Ok someone on another fourm said the peice has felled on top of the vaule body that I need to check itLike I said, if you reinstalled the bolt and it pretty much went in the same depth and you didn't screw it in say an extra two or three or more threads before you got to the 72 inch pounds, it is more than likely OK. The design is such that the piece this adjustment does has a little bit of support to hold it in place so if something does break, this little piece, which is kind of wedge shaped with a little notch in one end to hold the band and a rounded hole in the other the adjustment bolt goes into, won't go flying around if something happens, so you are most likely OK.