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I am installing a steering wheel on a 1991 chevy silverado pick up and I need the torque specs

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Mcdevito75 here, I really don"t know, even if there are manufacturers torque specs. I myself just make the nut very tight, remember the steering wheel goes onto the steering shaft which is tapered.

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