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hey guys dropping the bike with the 2" lowering bones and was wanting to find out if there are any torq specs on reassembly?
 

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torque specs

rear shock absorber mounting nut (nut by the shock adjuster and top of shock at the knuckle) 32.5 lb-ft

rear cushion rod mounting nut (through the bottom bone) 61.5 ld-ft

rear cushion lever mounting nut (throught the top of the bone and the top of the knuckle) 79.5 lb-ft

hope this helps
 

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There are torque specs for everything. I do not have my service manual with me now, but I would advise getting one if you work on your bike. That way you can get a quick answer (no waiting), get the right answer (wrong info gets posted at times) and it is the only mod that pays you back.
 

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There are torque specs for everything. I do not have my service manual with me now, but I would advise getting one if you work on your bike. That way you can get a quick answer (no waiting), get the right answer (wrong info gets posted at times) and it is the only mod that pays you back.
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thanks guys ill have to open her back up tonight and torq it down.... she looks great though!
 

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thanks guys ill have to open her back up tonight and torq it down.... she looks great though!
If you have not used any already ....A little bit of blue locktite is good insurance also ....
 
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