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Originally Posted by 19963.4lsr5 View Post
I wish I could say the same.


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Different types of bolts/nuts have their own torque rating. I just tightened up the brass nuts by feel with backed off a bit from where I would go on a steel nut. I just checked to see if there is a torque rating on the package, there isn't. I wouldn't worry about a torque rating for a cat, other than getting it snug.
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