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I had to send my Fox Shock in to get rebuilt. I will be picking it up today. I don't have a torque wrench and know there is a specific tightness that needs to be achieved.

Any way to get close without a torque wrench? I'm afraid of over tightening and breaking something.

Do they need to be snugged up really tight or not so tight?
 

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I had to send my Fox Shock in to get rebuilt. I will be picking it up today. I don't have a torque wrench and know there is a specific tightness that needs to be achieved.

Any way to get close without a torque wrench? I'm afraid of over tightening and breaking something.

Do they need to be snugged up really tight or not so tight?
Depends on the frame. You're usually looking at between 7-9nm. That's difficult to explain, it's tight, but you shouldn't have to put much force through your tool.

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