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Proper torque #41929
Sun May 06 2001 06:19 PM
Sun May 06 2001 06:19 PM

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What is the recommended torque value for the 3/8ths in. nuts on the threaded rods, on a Wayne Cut 615 that holds the glass cylinder intact?

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Re: Proper torque #41930
Tue May 08 2001 06:15 PM
Tue May 08 2001 06:15 PM
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I only recommend finger tightening... Old glass is very brittle. Any uneven pressure may result in breakage. Make sure you have some type of gasket material above and below the cylinder. Ron


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