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Scotts install on 929

I just got a 929 mounting kit and FedEx is bringing the damper tomorrow. I'm getting both things used. The damper manual is online but I would like to know more about the mounting kit. Does anyone know where I can find the instructions online.

If not everything looks pretty self explanatory, what's the torque for the nut? I saw 85 lbs but what if the set screws don't line up. To I tighten or loosen the nut?

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Re: Scotts install on 929

85lbs sounds right. It'll line up in any position, no need to move the nut.
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The set screws screw into a recess around the nut. Make sure you torque the nut properly and USE LOC-TITE on the setscrews, otherwise they WILL back out. Ask me how I know this....

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Re: Scotts install on 929

Duh, yeah I got it put on in about 15 minutes. I guess I should have actually looked at it before asking.

Another question though, does anyone know what size bolt holds the damper to the mounting kit? I have a couple m5 taps but the pitch didn't feel right on either of them.

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The set screws screw into a recess around the nut. Make sure you torque the nut properly and USE LOC-TITE on the setscrews, otherwise they WILL back out. Ask me how I know this....
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Re: Scotts install on 929

Yeah, set screws are important... Imagine the suprise, going down the road to see the scotts all the way to the left
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