Question about Cycling
Using a torque wrench with an appropriate hex key, tighten the face plate bolts, in one-turn increments and in rotation, to the torque specified on the clamp surface of the stem. For four-bolt clamps, use a cross pattern tightening sequence. For two-bolt clamps, alternately tighten each bolt one turn at a time.
The clamp surface area means the part of the stem, (not the faceplate), on which the handlebar will rest.
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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