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post #1 of 19 Old 04-16-2009, 11:03 AM Thread Starter
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Torque specs for front wheel

I just had my front tire replaced and I have to reinstall it on the bike tonight. I am trying to find out what the correct torque specs are for the front axel and the pinch bolts. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

I have tried the search but didn't come up with anything right away and don't really have the time to be reading hundreds of pages of threads.

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post #2 of 19 Old 04-16-2009, 11:07 AM
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16 ft.lb for the pinch bolts
58 ft.lb for the front axle

and in case you need it...

33 ft.lb for front caliper bolts
14 ft.lb for front rotor bolts

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According to the Service Manual, the Front Axle Bolt should be torqued to 58 ft lbs and 16 ft lbs for the front axle pinch bolts.
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16 ft.lb for the pinch bolts
58 ft.lb for the front axle

and in case you need it...

33 ft.lb for front caliper bolts
14 ft.lb for front rotor bolts
My bad.. as soon as I posted my reply, I see that you beat me to the punch!
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post #5 of 19 Old 04-16-2009, 12:34 PM Thread Starter
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Thanks guys... this site rules for stuff like this.

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LDH, as always you are the man. Nice and simple with all the necessary info.

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It's also easy to just print that page & keep it with your track tool box. Me personally well I do everything to feel on the outside of the bike...
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I am getting to the point that I can feel things out, I just wanted the actual specs to know where I was going.

I printed the page and added it to my files in my tool box. I am getting a preety big pile in there.

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I am getting to the point that I can feel things out, I just wanted the actual specs to know where I was going.

I printed the page and added it to my files in my tool box. I am getting a preety big pile in there.

Thanks again
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