Popped the cover on my primary today to get in and just check things out and found the compensator bolt not torqued to spec. Torque'd it down to 150 ft-lbs as that is all I can get from my Craftsman torque wrench. #1 - 150 ft-lbs is not quite to spec. Book calls for 155-165 ft-lbs. Buy another torque wrench or will 150ft-lb do the job? #2 - With the bolt not torqued to spec on checking - do I need to remove the bolt, clean the threads, red-loctite and then torque it back down, or will simply torqueing it back down to spec, as I did, be ok? #3 - To clean threads on bolts that have had loctite applied (blue or red) - what do you guys recommend? I've used acetone and a wire brush on other maint activities and never really did get the threads clean enough to where I thought a follow-up application of loctite was really as clean as it probably needed to be for optimum results ?? :dknow #4 - The primary cover gasket - can you get more than 1 remove/reinstall out of the same gasket, or does each removal and re-install require a new gasket?