My project tomorrow. Anyone have the proper torque specs for the caliper backets and whatnot?
All good, sir, all good. I'm always open to learning new things, even about tools. (See below.)Sorry for the hijack, CW.
Based on my sore shoulders and aching lower back, I think power/air tools would have been helpful for extra ugga-dugga power, LOL. Well, at least I need to find an appropriate sized pipe to use as a cheater on my ratchet! I don't know how you guys wrench all the time without a lift -- working bent over and on the stands/ground killed me even within the context of stealing space in a friends heated garage.What's that translate to in ugga-duggas?
Small update: When I was returning the jack stands that I used to change the pads and rotors, my friend had the proper tools to clean the threads on the anchor point. I've never had a reason for someone to ride back there, so I wasn't really worried about the safety aspect of the seat belt being not fully attached. However, now that the metal bracket is tight against the body, it is one less thing to rattle around and make noise!When I removed the plastic pieces that cover the struts, I did discover the DS bolt that anchors the seatbelt for the third row to the ceiling was previously cross threaded and doesn't screw in all the way. Hopefully, if I can locate a new bolt, it will seat nicely. If not, it will need a tap and die, because the anchor appears to be part of the body. Not really looking forward to buying and learning to use said tool, but I guess it's about time.