Don't use 60nm. Clean the threads and bolt with isopropyl and use blue loctite on the crank bolt. Don't forget the grease on the splines.
I took the crank off OK so no fuckwittery to report thus far. Of course that could change once I get my cinch chainring and I actually ride it on the trails!He hasn’t posted anything about breaking something in your fuckwits thread so I imagine he isn’t giving too many.
I saw a Matt Black coloured tundra in my local village and faaark it is big. It had the obligatory wanker large diameter rims with low profile mud tires, must be a weapon off road especially on the beach.I saw a brand new 2021 Tundra in Canberra the other day - ducking hooooooge.... Lot of dollars converting it to RHD.
Ugga dugga's are metered by measure of the tool used to ugga.
Is the torque on those 6" nuts measured by the weight of the hammer?Ugga dugga's are metered by measure of the tool used to ugga.
I've worked in a sugar mill where the nuts are 6 inches and the spanner is belted with a sledge hammer to torque. And then work on a bicycle with tiny nuts which do require some feel.
It's all about the feels of the nuts and bolts right, you just need the get to know them and you'll be right.
You're going to need 10 fingers to hit 60Nm!Is the torque on those 6" nuts measured by the weight of the hammer?
For bike stuff I have a pretty well tuned torque finger; hold the allen key in the knuckle closest to the tip of my index finger, on a 4mm hex, the finger grip releases pretty well on 6Nm.