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Old 12-07-2019, 02:40 PM   #15
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Urgent! Which side does the washer go? On the nut side or ball joint side?

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Well since the washer looks smaller than the flanged nut, id put it on the ball joint side.
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Well since the washer looks smaller than the flanged nut, id put it on the ball joint side.
Yea... duh! Thanks for the help anyway! Wasn't thinking straight.

A quick review of MOOG K750668 end links:
The nuts are all 18mm. The nuts won't go quite easily on the threads. They take 34 ft-lb torque. I suggest using two 18mm wrenches rather than socket, unless you have other electric means. My 18mm deep socket with torque wrench wouldn't fit, so I had to do some guess work on tightening torque. I used blue loctite, so hopefully they'll stay put. I hope I didn't over-torque the nuts.
One great advantage is that, to put new grease in, all I have to do is turn the steering all the way, and I can access the nipples with a grease gun. I don't even have to jack it up to grease them! I can grease them till cows come home, any day!

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