1/20/23 Install Update. With these being used several seasons now I just wanted to update on something. Depending on the fit up of the bearing and shaft it is possible for the bearing to be sitting in a cocked position and not square to the shaft. If this is the case, when you lock it down with the driveshaft saver it can not self align itself anymore as it rotates. If the bearing is locked and not square, you will see tunnel and caliper flex in and out as the driveshaft rotates. To prevent this from happening its best to reduce track tension and then torque in smaller increments while rotating the shaft a few times between each torque increment. This helps ensure the bearing stays square to the shaft when being locked down. Once torqued just run the sled on a stand at slow speed and watch the caliper assembly to ensure its not flexing in and out. To date I have not had any reports of threads stripping from too much torque. While most new shafts snug up at 20-25 ft lbs I have been encouraging 50 ft lbs just to be on safe side.