When I installed the links, I just matched the holes up with the stock links and fed the bolt through the hole just to ensure that it lines up perfectly. Then I tightened the adjustment bolt as much as I could but it was so tiny that I didn't have a socket in order to torque it down properly nor do I know the torque specs for that nut. I'm going to have the car professionally aligned because I don't have the skills or tools to do it myself. I just created this thread so I can torque that nut down to spec so I don't have to worry about the link collapsing in and messing something up
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