This quote is also from my addendum (supplement) to my first report.
This section documents one of the reasons even some of Boeing's critical production processes (such as the torquing of the bolts that hold the airplane together at the points that require the greatest strength connections) really are so ill defined that I had to ask the FAA to step in and define these critical processes for the safety of passengers, as noone else there did, for whatever reason (reading this site I think you can infer some reasons yourself that would be accurate). However, the FAA did not care about this item, as passenger safety (as I've seen) comes after protecting Boeing's and their own image, so they never investigated it and had Boeing fix this problem:
See how this is worded, or not worded, now in section 8.1.6. of BAC5009, Torque Wrench Adapters and Extensions. The spec has been constantly been revised to remove any reference to critical drawing torque requirements. Please make sure that, when they remove/removed these requirements for drawing torque application requirements from the spec, that they add/added them to each drawing critical torque callout. I know of no cases where they have. Thus, they have been diluting the accuracy of the application of critical torques, while making non-drawing specified torque application more technical. Make sense? Right, it doesn’t.
The Last Inspector