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Old Fri, Mar-17-2017, 03:41:23 PM   #1
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My MCS 2WNR are being delivered today and I took a look at their website's install instructions. They warn not to use an impact tool to tighten the first top nut which sits against the brass nut on the rebound adjuster. My experience with my AST suspension and Vorshlag camber plates was that you couldn't get their top nut tight enough to avoid clunking without an impact. Vorshlag says they use an impact on all of their MCS installs. I'm aware of the proper use and cautions when using an impact but wondered if anyone can provide first hand experience with regard to using/not using an impact tool on the top nut?
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