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As part of my yearly PMs I get my torque wrench out and check torque on all suspension nuts and bolts including calipers. I go through all the front and back hardware. Take notes on any hardware that you find loose. If it comes up loose again next year just go ahead and replace the hardware. If your rear toe links come up loose I would recommend replacing them with an upgraded unit. If you search the site there is a nice group of pictures that show each nut and bolt and gives the torque spec for each piece. Have fun with the car!
 
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