[s-cars] RETorquing wheels
tedebearp at yahoo.com
Tue Oct 15 21:43:25 EDT 2002
--- Brett Dikeman <brett at cloud9.net> wrote:
> I think the "don't use anti-seize" mantra is a bunch of horse whoey.
i don't recall exactly, but i think for a dry bolt, something like 90%
of the tightening torque is solely for overcoming friction in the
threads and between the bolt head and bearing surface. the last 10%
is clamping load.
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