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Old 02-21-2013, 10:19 PM   #16
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The cal lab I was talking about had a box that was set up with ratchet, the box could measure torque. They had a standing deal,, if they called a torque value and you hit it within a range they would buy you lunch, if you missed you bought them lunch. They very seldom paid out.. This was a place with some really well trained mechanical people.

I use a torque wrench because it only takes 1 screw-up to buy it...

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Old 02-22-2013, 07:40 AM   #17
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Have a look in the owners manual, it lists all the torque specs for chassis and engine. for the smaller bolts and nuts, the numbers are low, all manageable with a 5-25Nm wrench. Besides that, I use a bigger one up to 100 something Nm for the taller nuts and bolts. Mine are Tengtools, somewhere in the mid price range.
I also have Tengtools wrenches and I'm happy with them, especially for the price.
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