take it back to whoever did it and tell them you are not very happy with the work done, im sure they wouldnt have a problem knocking it back inline and checking the torque on it. dont risk waiting on it, if it is a little loose it might fail on you eventually. you may not be able to move the nuts by hand or even a wrench, but they may still be loose by a few pounds, and new bolts must be checked and re tightened after a few hundred miles of driving because they will move around as they seat.
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Last edited by 08rangerdan; 05-08-2011 at 03:14 PM.