I installed my first ever set of kinpins on a 1940 Buick. Don't think its quite right. I cleaned and pre-greased all the parts. I used a dremel and small stone to remove burrs, etc from the original part. Had to use a press to get the bushings in. Then had to use a press to get the pins in. There were a lot of brass shaving pushed out the other side. Should there be? I pressed the pins back out and cleaned all shavings and checked for burrs and reinstalled. Now I can not move the spindle by hand at all. If I put the assembly in a vice I can move it with a great deal of effort. Basically had to put all my strength to move it a few inches. Should they be that tight?