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    Default Quick answer needed regarding torquing bolts

    Will be installing a Tanabe Sustec 2pt chassis brace, need to know what to torque the bolts down to. Anyone?

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    Default Re: Quick answer needed regarding torquing bolts

    Quote Originally Posted by murdaspeed View Post
    Will be installing a Tanabe Sustec 2pt chassis brace, need to know what to torque the bolts down to. Anyone?
    That info doesn't come in the packaging/instructions?

    Try writing the manufacturer.

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    Default Re: Quick answer needed regarding torquing bolts

    All it says is torqure to manufacturer specs.

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    Default Re: Quick answer needed regarding torquing bolts

    Quote Originally Posted by murdaspeed View Post
    All it says is torqure to manufacturer specs.
    Adam...check your FB. Ask Alex or the guys on NATOR Canada. =)

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    Default Re: Quick answer needed regarding torquing bolts

    You can always search for and download the shop manual for your specific model year.

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    Default Re: Quick answer needed regarding torquing bolts

    Thanks Vincent.

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