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post #11 of 19 (permalink) Old 08-17-2019, 02:17 PM Thread Starter
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19Nm........
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I have a torque spread sheet in the works. I will post it up and we can add to it if needed.
Can't wait, thanks benny!
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How many Nm do you guys usually torque your spools to? Ordered a set of Rizoma swingarm spools (and they just arrived). @bennymx?
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How many Nm do you guys usually torque your spools to? Ordered a set of Rizoma swingarm spools (and they just arrived). @bennymx?
Page 179 of the manual has a spec for that. 20 NM.
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3 ugga duggas
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For the record, as soon as I got my 2020 home from the dealer, I put the spools on with 1 ugga dugga, by hand with an open end wrench and blue locktite. Not sure if it counts but I wanted to clean the OEM chain grease off before my first ride. No time to RTFM.

Edit: They haven't come loose 1000 miles later.

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Another one I use when someone says what's the torque? I say FT. They say what's FT? I say fkn tight. Or Strip it then back it off half a turn.
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Page 179 of the manual has a spec for that. 20 NM.
Thank you for helping my lazy ass!

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I put the spools on with 1 ugga dugga, by hand with an open end wrench and blue locktite. .
Yeah I usually just go until tight and use blue when I do em. Figured I'd be scientific about it this go-around lol

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Another one I use when someone says what's the torque? I say FT. They say what's FT? I say fkn tight. Or Strip it then back it off half a turn.
When it spins freely, that's when you're done.
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