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any one have instructions for tps base mounting like torque, hole sequence, etc? i received no instructions and can not find it on their web.

 

rings are good to go but anyone know what hand tight is for the rings?

 

to say tps is going out of the way to help me with my time crunch is an understatement. lori and phil are superb, and good luck with your move, hope it means you guys are growing!

 

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T10 Torx Plus Wrench - Short Arm - Camcar Textron - Stk: Torx Wr

When you feel the wrench flex, you are between 15-24 inch pounds....

 

 

 

 



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thanks, so nothing out of the ordinary but its good to find the torque values, guess i should of read more. this is my first one piece. the flexing wrench is good, heard it before but not applied to mounting a base.

 

thanks again!

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