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 Posted: 04-30-2020 04:56 pm
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Joined: 12-13-2017
Location: San Diego, California USA
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Thanks Brett! And Tim! You all are always such a wealth of knowledge. Very helpful to us newbies.

As a side note, my new studs that I got from JAE did not have the indentation on the top that we've heard about. Nor does it have a hole to accept an allen key. Therefore, there was no easy way to torque the new studs without marring the stud itself, short of threading on the new nut and cranking down.

Is this what people do? I was worried about hurting the threads in the nut or on the stud. When I called ARP, the tech said that just hand tight would be acceptable....Tim?