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    So another week, another car challenge, rattle noted from front left corner, stuck my head under the car, 1 bolt from the gearbox support bar missing, 1 finger tight

    Ordered a missing bolt (Item 4 on this picture) https://www.drive2.ru/l/650520558089277563/

    Questions are:

    1. Is this a stretch bolt, therefore the one which was finger tight needs replacing as well?
    2. How tight should this bolt be? As tight as possible, or is there a technical torque setting I should use?


    Bolt is a M10 x 35 with a flange

    Thanks!

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    You ordered a bolt from Russia!

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    Finest bolt, never break, made from finest Stalinite. Is good.
    Quote "My tuner told me after he fitted the box that 0-60 should be around 2.6 seconds! "
     
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    I tried to order a gear shift circlip for an S2 and two heat shield bolts for a Golf 2 16v from VW Classic in Germany, so new old stock. I was informed I could not have these parts because in the 90’s they were made in Germany from Russian steel. The UK has an import ban on Russian steel products so I can’t buy them but if we were in Europe I could, ******* Brexit *****.

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  5. Re: N90956702 Bolt missing, new bolt purhased by how tight? 
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    Guess I was not clear with that posting eh, bolt did not come from Russia, bolt came from a UK ebayer selling "genuine VAG parts" apparently, turned up next working day, so that was a bonus,

    The link was for a picture, so you could see which bolt I was trying to explain had fallen off the car, and hence I need the recommended torque setting, before I just do it up as tight as possible?

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