Join Date: May 2009
Location: Indiana/ Michigan line at the Lake
I tighten mine but put no real cranking pressure on it.
Probably less than spec on my generation 2. I use a big lockwasher,
make it tight enough to flatten the washer and maybe another turn.
Then, let the front 4 allen bolts do their job. There's enuff failsafes
on it to never fall off. I do the allens pretty tight as they are long and
have many threads to grab. My thing is to not crush all the rolling stuff
together from the sides. Very free rolling.
Just another take,
This is my son, with whom I am well pleased." ----God