i was just at my dealer, and i only dealt with the service manager, as he is a friend.
they offered to re torque my rear suspension, and told me that the fasteners are torque angle and require new fasteners to make it right. which they did while i watched.
i have built many race motor and we have used as of late arp head and rod bolts that are torqued and then increased to an angle tighter.
i do not know that the fasteners mentioned here are of that type but i do know that torque values are stated some where in the r forum i believe as a sticky up top.
please look into this if you have problems with fasteners getting "loose".
i have several versions of the torque angle guage from the felpro, to an arp provided. what it allows is for the first torque to be measured and then for the 'stretch' of the bolt/nut to be finalized to manufacturere spec.
that is why the are not to be reused.
hope i did not make a fool of myself here.
edit; yep it is in the quick launch thread, under torque specs, um i guess i should have remembered that. a very, very nice piece of work by all involved.
Modified by hastee at 7:47 PM 11-27-2006