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Ok, Got the upper control arms...have not a clue as to the torque to use on installation

Got upgraded sway bar end links from Bwoody...they are thick!

Gonna also use a Hotchkiss front and rear sway bar and maybe coilovers also...havent made a firm decision yet...but prob...

So...anyone have this info please?

Thanks much in advance! :thumbsup:

JonnyRT
 

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Here's the torque specs (attached pdf) for the chassis /suspension parts.
 

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And just like that...I have it

THANK YOU! What a great resource you and this fourm is...

Now...rookie question. 'plus 90 degrees' explain to the newbie :)
I want to assume that its to spec and then a tad more of the twist (90 degrees, 360 being a full turn of the nut)
but you know what happens when we assume...

I may just have my local do this job :(
 

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Now...rookie question. 'plus 90 degrees' explain to the newbie :)
I want to assume that its to spec and then a tad more of the twist (90 degrees, 360 being a full turn of the nut)
but you know what happens when we assume...

I may just have my local do this job :(
Yes, you're correct - torque to to value, then 1/4 turn to finish off where its called for.

1/4 = 90*
1/2 = 180*
3/4 = 270*
and so forth.
 
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