Thread: Re-Torque for Reliability?
12-30-2007, 08:44 AM #1
Re-Torque for Reliability?
I just purchased a 787 RFI and would like to keep it for some time. I know all the standard things to do, but was wondering what fasteners needed to be retorqued to ensure reliable operation (mostly in the context of water intrusion)?
- Exhaust (at case and first flange)
- Engine Mounts
I searched, but couldn't find a thread that covered this type of maintenance. Chime in so all can learn.
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