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Torque specifications Pazzaz Alloy Quill to A-Head Adaptor
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Need a reliable source for installation of Pazzaz Alloy Quill to A-Head Adaptor. Is this item familiar and were specific torque specification range(s) determined for this particular part? I see that ControlTech and Shimano are listed here on the "bicycletutor" site.
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174-260 inch pounds same as any stem or gooseneck. park tool sight will be helpful to you check it out.
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(05-22-2011, 06:46 PM)painkiller Wrote:  174-260 inch pounds same as any stem or gooseneck. park tool sight will be helpful to you check it out.

Aware of info at Park Tool before posting the thread. Apprx. 10 Nm is no small difference (174-260 in.lbs), maybe it is. Thanx
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