Originally Posted by m sprank
Do it before install. Or, cut a small portion of the metal out and make the circle hole larger. Much easier to do prior to install.
Was going to say, why would you torque them AFTER they were in the car? In the literally 1000s of shocks/strut installs we've done since 2000, we've never once did them in the car.
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