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Old 01-15-2009
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does anyone know of anything about installing uppers and lowers, that i may need to know, like is there a torque requirement for the nuts, and anything else i might need some pointers on, i plan on doing them this weekend with a friend, i bout the upper arm and joint and just the lower joint, i just dont wanna do it twice, any help would be appreciated
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You should do a write up cuz i need to do mine too. Lol. i dont think the uppers will be to hard to do.
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yea i got it, book says 83-113 torque on lower joint, and 63-83 on upper
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