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  • Double checking torque #s for sprockets and tires

    Front sprocket is 83lbs?? Seems high.
    rear sprocket 45lbs?
    rear tire bolt [axle?] getting conflicting info. 73 or 43 lbs.

    I'm changing both sprockets, chain and rear tire so just want to be sure I have correct numbers.
    also when putting chain on, how much torque usually to press link?

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    If you did that, you'd see front sprocket nut is 68.5 lb-ft, rear sprocket nut is 43.5 lb-ft, rear axle nut shows 72.5 lb-ft. That said, I've never used to torque wrench on any of them...but I've been playing with motorcycles for 35 years and haven't managed to die yet.






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