So I am really serious about maintenance. I am not a mechanic but I am learning. I have a couple of torque wrenches, one is good from 20 to 100 ft lbs, the other is this one...good for 20 to 250 inch lbs.. I have been using the smaller one to torque down the oil drain bolt. The torque value on this bolt is 8.5 ft lbs or 102 inch lbs. I usually set the wrench to 100 inch lbs and so far have had no problems. The thing is, I read on here somewhere, that you shouldnt torque the drain bolt as it is wet as opposed to a dry bolt. It being wet, would affect the torque value. What are your thoughts on this? Does a bolt being wet really affect how you should tighten it?