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    Hi,

    Anybody knows what kind of torque wrench I need to change the mount of the UMP?
    What was the right N/m setting?

    Also if anybody has bought one off amazon and has a specific model/brand to recommend I would appreciate.

    Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by townio View Post
    Hi,

    Anybody knows what kind of torque wrench I need to change the mount of the UMP?
    What was the right N/m setting?

    Also if anybody has bought one off amazon and has a specific model/brand to recommend I would appreciate.

    Thanks!
    I got this one. http://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky-1-4...210757&cj=true


    With these bits. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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    Just get quality brand 2mm hex key bit and bit holder with rubber inserts in handle. For better contact you can also add a pad made from from thin medical Nitrile glove between hex key bit and screw socket. And beware of original BM screws made of soft metal. Problem described here in details (Micro Camera uses same screws design). http://www.bmcuser.com/showthread.ph...tips-and-tests
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    I can't recommend enough the bits I posted above. A normal bit will not work with most drivers on the PL mount because it is too wide. You can almost do it at an angle but, even though I did it before I bought the above bits, I don't recommend it.
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    I was slightly incorrect above. It is the B4 mount that is really tricky without a long shafted bit.

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