Quote: I'm on shakey ground here, because I am about to disagree with David... (he is usually very right)
Wet torque is NOT the same as dry torque. Ask me how I found that out... same way ScaldedDog did +/-.
No problem, I am glad when people point out when I am wrong about something, makes me learn something new. Therefore, I did a bit of research on Google by inquiring "Torque Specs" and this is what I came up with. These are all dry specs:
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