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    Torque for CVT cover

    I broke in my belt and switched to a new belt so I can break that in also while breaking in my xds. I went to torque the screws and they are like 4.4 ftlbs my wrench minimum is only 10lb. Any suggestions on how tight it should be? I am terrible at breaking and stripping bolts & screws!


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    Just snug them up.
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    run them in god and tight but not too tight. Its just course threaded screws in plastic I use my small 12v Milwaukee cordless 3/8" ratchet.

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