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Default Question on torque specs for steering

Does anyone know the torque specs for the bolt that connects the whole steering swivel to the chassis? Thank you!
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Just tighten to the point the steering starts to get tight with all the front end of the ground

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Does anyone know the torque specs for the bolt that connects the whole steering swivel to the chassis? Thank you!
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if its the 10mm, i could not get mine tight enough to get rid of the slop. that needs attention cat.
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if its the 10mm, i could not get mine tight enough to get rid of the slop. that needs attention cat.
Your right it does need attention, you can tighten that bolt all you want but the movement is still in there. I built shims and that got rid of the play. I found that all my steering play was originating at the bell crank, (after replacing the upper bushings). I am going to take the bell crank out this fall and make it right, so I don't need shims and possibly add a grease zerk.
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