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Adrenaline Junkie
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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.

Thanks again for any help.
 

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Yut Ughhhhhhh
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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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Adrenaline Junkie
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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.

Thanks man!
 

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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.

Thanks again
 

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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
Well keep an eye on your stuff... Somebody stole my 1000RR set-up binder last season with 4 years worth of data in it. I've never had anything stolen at a trackday before especially not at my home track, but they got my binder, an LED flashlight and a used tire (go figure)
 

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Well keep an eye on your stuff... Somebody stole my 1000RR set-up binder last season with 4 years worth of data in it. I've never had anything stolen at a trackday before especially not at my home track, but they got my binder, an LED flashlight and a used tire (go figure)
now thats some bullshit right there.
 

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I have the torque settings written on the inside lid of my toolbox, so it's right there when I open it up.
 

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arse it down with a socket

with 4 pinch bolts holding the axle you could forget the front axle bolt for weeks and not need it

i have not used more then good tighten with a socket on the front or rear axle nut in a couple of decades. the newer aftermarket wheel bearings are like 30 ft lbs at best anyhoo
 

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Well keep an eye on your stuff... Somebody stole my 1000RR set-up binder last season with 4 years worth of data in it. I've never had anything stolen at a trackday before especially not at my home track, but they got my binder, an LED flashlight and a used tire (go figure)
Let's hope Karma does it rightfull duty in this instance. I hope the binder rings close up on his nutsack when he's using it, the flashlight goes out on him going down a long set of dark stairs, and the used tire goes out on him on the expressway at 185mph!!!!
 

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Let's hope Karma does it rightfull duty in this instance. I hope the binder rings close up on his nutsack when he's using it, the flashlight goes out on him going down a long set of dark stairs, and the used tire goes out on him on the expressway at 185mph!!!!
+1 :roll:
 

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anyone got the specs for the rear axle? or is it just the same info? i just looked in my service manual and they didn't have anything. Thanks
 

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anyone got the specs for the rear axle? or is it just the same info? i just looked in my service manual and they didn't have anything. Thanks
83 ft.lbs and it is listed in the service manual (at least in the 08+ service manual)
 
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