CKinnard wrote:10speedsemiracer wrote:+1
I'm, with Tim and Thoglette and others on this.
Oh well that's it then.
I am erasing all that I've witnessed because 4 internet 'aircraft mechanics' haven't had a catastrophic event not using a torque wrench.
Plenty of catastrophic events from using a torque wrench.....ie using anti seize on wheel nuts and torqueing to factory spec is the biggest no no unless you want to be passed by your rear wheel. Torque readings are for dry unless stated otherwise in the manual.