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Are you supposed to torque the bolts to a certain ft. lbs or just tighten them?
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tight them up.
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they will prob come loose anyways unless you use stage 8 bolts
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+1 Use stage 8 locking bolts.
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im pretty sure they came with stage 8 locking bolts
but theres nothing on the head indicating that, and usually it does. it just says w.t. 10.9 or something
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Are you supposed to torque the bolts to a certain ft. lbs or just tighten them?

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hm..seems like it'd be a bit more than 14 to 16
but thanks
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Originally Posted by 99mustanggtman View Post
they will prob come loose anyways unless you use stage 8 bolts
Originally Posted by 00silvergt View Post
+1 Use stage 8 locking bolts.
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