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post #1 of 5 Old 05-04-2005, 03:39 PM Thread Starter
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Herculine Interior

What are the torque specs on the seats? I am seriously thinking I might herculine the interior but am wondering about the torque specs on the seat bolts. Last thing I need is my family sliding around inside the vehicle when cornering. Thanks in advance.

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post #2 of 5 Old 05-04-2005, 07:39 PM
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not sure what the actual specs are, but i just tightened mine pretty hard, like a lug nut I guess you'd say. If your really worried about them loosening up, then I would suggest some lock tite, prolly red.
Just keep in mind, certian spots on the floor get pretty hot, especially with an auto tranny, so without carpet and a family, beware.

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My buddy Herculined the interior of his YJ, it's pretty cool.

As for the seat bolts, I just replaced my seat with one from the boneyard today in fact. The torque spec is as follows:

Tighten them until they're tight, but don't overtighten them.

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Originally Posted by anony91xj

Tighten them until they're tight, but don't overtighten them.

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I just stripped my carpet out a few days ago, cause water was gettin in somehow and saturating it. Ill probably herculine it pretty soon. I herculined the outsite of it at the bottom and it turned out pretty good. Suprisingly when i took my seats out the bolts wernt to tight at all..so i imagine when i put them back in i got them tighter than they were before. But id i go with they locktite idea..
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