My new Campy crank has a suggested ~28.5 ft lbs for the crank bolt torque when installing. I installed it to 20ft lbs and it seems very solid. The crank and bolt were hand tight and I went a few full turns past that with seating the crank arm on the spindle to get to 20 ft lbs of torque.
Getting to my question... in a few crank bolt torque threads on this site, I'd read that when removing and reinstalling a crank, you don't need to torque it to the full specification when reinstalling. Is this correct?
Appreciate any input.