Originally Posted by mwh2009
From what I could tell, the bolts holding down the RSB bushings bottom out - at that point, additional torque would not further compress the bushings, regardless of how tight you make the bolts.
So I'd think that practically speaking, only making sure the bolts won't back out is important.
By the way, getting the nuts off of the endlinks was murder - I couldn't use a ratchet and hold the Allen Key at the same time, so it took me 2 hours to replace those last 2 bolts.
Ya I had the same problem. Would a power tool help in removing those nuts ? The tools I have are pretty basic. I did try to loosen the nut with some lubricating oil but no luck. Either I am lacking the torque or the nut is rusted up. The car is 2 years old or maybe i am just mechanically challenged
. Any ideas on how to remove that nut with relative ease. I gave up after trying for more than an hour - did not want to damage that nut.