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Old 04-04-2015, 09:46 PM   #1
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Steeda Rear Sway Bar Axle Bracket nuts

Well, I'm running into a bit of an issue with installing the Steeda Adjustable rear sway bar. I've got everything installed and torqued to spec except the nylock nuts that hold the mounting brackets to the adjustment holes. The instructions say to torque them to 85-95 lb ft, but I can't get them tight enough.

From looking at the instructions and the writeup on AM, the bolts I have are different than ones used in the photos. Mine have Allen heads instead of hex heads and there's no way to get enough leverage to torque them down. Maybe Steeda changed the bolts and they no longer need to be torqued? It's dark out so I can't get pictures tonight. Ideas?
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I would PM TJ from Steeda. He lurks around on here and can probably check with his techs on Monday.
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I have to inquire with our install dept. I have an email into them as we speak!

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I have to inquire with our install dept. I have an email into them as we speak!

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Thanks so much! I appreciate the help.
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