Originally Posted by pcoplin
Is the Currie sheet incorrect?
I'm doing the rear set today, so I'd love to know if I need to do them tighter.
I don't know, I just buy grade 8 bolts and use the proper torque using a torque chart. Currie's numbers seem awful low if you're using grade 8.
C-clip must be it then, the bolt is torqued to spec and is not moving. I'm curious to how a c-clip would pop out, due to the fact I have not flexed the suspension yet. So what could be the cause? Why would both of my rear uppers pop a c-clip out?
Edit> I didn't realize the post had been answered already. The lower numbers might be due to the center ball. Too much torque might distort or break the center of the joints?
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