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[St] GenMar's

IMHO, follow Matt's recommendation.
Borrow a torque wrench if you need to.
Or tighten and ride to a stealer and borrow theirs on the spot.
Plus, be careful of the set screws.
way back when I had mine on for about six months and was pushing it out of
the garage.
When I applied the front break I heard a click.
I pushed it back and forth trying to isolate where the click was coming
It was the set screw on the side that had backed out.
I removed them and that's the only place I used LocTite and have never had
another issue.
BTW, if I had been riding I would have never heard that "click".
So check 'em out every once in a while with a dead motor.
Just my opinion.

Jack "Rude Dog" Hays
"I'll see you on the dark side of the Moon"
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