You should really go to the store and invest in a torque wrench so you can get the bolts as tight as they really should be. Having them "snug enough" may be fine for some things but not suspension components on a Jeep. Here is the torque wrench I have and it works great.I just re-pitched my rear pinion and shifted my d-35 a little further back with the help of some adjustable Upper and Lower control arms. These do NOT have the Johnny Joints, just polyurathane bushings. I lubed em up really well with some wheel bearing grease, then tightened them snug enough so that they dont easily move up or down without a little muscle..then I went about another turn.
Is this too tight?
Will it destroy those poly bushings too quickly/
I just don't wanna those UCA/ LCA's to come loose on the trail next week....
1/2" Drive Click Stop Torque Wrench