Thursday, October 29, 2009

The Bob Show

The problem I was having figuring out how to get to nuts on the exhaust system on the RV-7A project was easy to solve. I used an old method; I asked someone smarter than me, which would be, ummm, everybody.

1 comment:

  1. If you have a torque range from 100 to 140 you always set your wrench in the middle (120). This way you compensate for wrench error. If your wrench is overtorquing and you set 140 you can break the bolt. if your wrench is undertorquing and you set it for 100 you have loose nut. Setting it for 120 gives you some assurance you are in the range.