OK guys. I need some expert advice here. I just put new cylinder studs into the crankcases of a 93 CR125 and am having trouble getting 1 of the nuts to reach the torque spec. When installing the studs I used blue loctite, bottomed them, and snugged up with a wrench (I had heard NOT to overtighten these). Manual calls for 9 lb-ft I think. Now, what allows the cylinder nuts to reach 20 lb-ft? It just seems to me that since I can only reach about 15 lb-ft on the 1 nut and I'm afraid I'm spinning the stud now. All 3 other nuts torqued nicely to 20. I assume I messed up installing the stud (the 2 ends WERE different!) or I'm just too afraid of stripping it. I'll try removing the nut and retightening all nuts again. When I do that I'll take pics of the stud threads since they were really weird looking. I'm trying to accomplish 2 things with this post: 1) solve my problem and 2) understand how studs/nuts work as opposed to bolts.