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4/25/2017 7:42:44 PM
Posted: 6/2/2001 7:16:19 AM EDT
I think I am going to get the two of you a sitcom on CBS. And just to restart the installation fight, I would like to add that I agree with Steelrat, when you tighten down the nut/free float tube it WILL stop at a certain point with minimal pressure. At this point you have two options, turn till a notch lines up if it is not already there, or buy new parts. I would also like to add that I am NOT an engineer, nor do I think it should take an engineer to figure this part out. I would believe that the specs in the military instructions were written for guys that would attach a 6 foot cheater bar and crank till they got to the next 5 notches, stripping off the threads. If you are old enough to know the "Tight is tight, and too tight is too tight" rule, you are just fine. <----------sounds like an ex girlfriend, anyways, Flame away
Link Posted: 6/2/2001 8:03:50 AM EDT
Dave G would win. He would Grammer and Spell check someone to death!!
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