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again rangers are to be torqued to 100 pound feet of torque
Ha! Call me lazy, but I just tighten the crap out of them w/ a 4-way, then come back to them the next day and make sure they're still tight..
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Basically my technique as well. I've never used a torque wrench and -- until NOW at least -- never had a problem.
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