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Bolt Torque settings for Foot peg mount?





The three bolts as marked on the left hanger.  Probably 8mm thread.  Anyone know the correct torque?  TIA.  Neil


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I've also searched for the torque when I removed my center stand - couldn't find it.


The lower bolts are stainless, not sure if it was M8 or M10. I looked up the "standard" torques for stainless bolts on the web, and found it differs quite much depending on the strength of the steel. I think I chose a rather low torque and applied blue loctite (not too much).


It's been about 3 months ago - I'll walk into the garage and check if they've come loose.

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Don't fixate on torque values.

Those are most important for engine parts and front fork.

Just don't overtighten and if you're afraid it is not tight enough use a little Loctite.

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41 minutes ago, DanDoesStunts said:

23Nm on the top one

52Nm on the bottom two

Great! Did you find it in the service manual? I think I've searched it over and over again and wasn't lucky. But maybe I'm mixing it up with the screws for the pegs...

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