Torque Specifications and Using Proper Torque

Using Proper Torque

  • Anytime you are replacing a threaded part or any type of hardware that threads into place, you should be aware of the required torque for proper replacement.
  • We suggest you refer to your owners or service manual for the proper torque specifications.
  • A torque warning or specification may exist for the part or hardware being replaced.
  • Damage to the parts or equipment can result from improper torque.
  • A torque wrench is required to verify proper torque.
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