Right now I'm changing the springs on the rear suspension. The rear lower strut to trailing arm calls for 122 ft-lb (dry). This is the fitting that tends to corrode and can strip out the soft aluminum threads over time. I've coated the bolt with anti-seize. What is the rule of thumb for reducing the torque setting for a lubricated bolt? 10% less? It is a graphite, not moly based product.