I do that every couple of years.
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Dr. Audio aka Rick Schultz of V.D. used to have tweaks on that website and youtube about this very subject. Replacing existing parts with brass hardware and using a torque driver which they just so happened to sell.Retorqueing with a calibrated driver is really the best way to go.Dont'over do it or you will strip the hole out for the fastener.Also they must be tightened in order across from each other.(12-6, 1-7,2-8,etc.)