I have seen "torque to yield" in the torque specs. I have tried looking up what this means but haven't been successful at understanding how to do this. Can I get confirmation on some of my assumptions and some advice on the issues? My situation: I will be installing the RPG stage 3 rear suspension with the Deaver HD springs. The spring u-bolts in the torque spec sheet is labeled torque to yield (TTY). My assumptions: TTY is making sure the u-bolt stretches when torquing down the nuts. One approach I have read was to torque down the nut to a specific torque then tighten 1/2 turn more. I also assume that the nuts have to be tightened in a repeated X pattern to ensure all nuts are getting tightened similarly. Question: If my assumptions were correct, then can a member help me figure out what torque I need for the u-bolt nuts before I continue with my half turn more? If my assumptions are incorrect then can a member help me figure out how to approach this? Thanks!