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      08-01-2012, 11:20 AM   #8
ben@tirerack
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Drives: 740i
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Location: South Bend, IN

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A must? No. But you really should use a torque wrench. Especially on the M3, which is very sensitive to any vibration-causing irregularities.

It's not difficult, it's not expensive, it doesn't take much extra time, and you have the satisfaction of doing the job right.
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