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Old 06-15-2019, 12:48 AM   #1
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Torque Specs front and rear wheel removal

Service manual doesn't come in for a few more days, but tires came in earlier this week. Can anyone give me the torque values for the various bolts required? I saw that there's supposed to be a printable page here with all of the specs, but can't seem to find it.

I know the rear axle: 140-150 ft-lbs, but I need the shock bolts, front pulley cover (I think it's 86 in-lbs), caliper bolts (32-38 ft-lbs?), front fork pinch bolt, front axle, and any other I may have missed. I'd appreciate it greatly.

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Thanks! That's the post I ran across last night, but wanted to be sure.
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Your profile says you have a 2003.
Rear Axle torque for a 2003 is 95-105 ft lbs NOT 140-150 for the later larger axles.
2003 Torque Values are different than 2006.

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Your profile says you have a 2003.
Rear Axle torque for a 2003 is 95-105 ft lbs NOT 140-150 for the later larger axles.
2003 Torque Values are different than 2006.

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I'm not seeing the front axle or caliper mount bolt torque on that list. Does anyone know them off hand?
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Here ya go
32-38 ft/lbs for the caliper
60-65 ft/lbs on front axle

2014-V-Rod-Torque-Values.pdf
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Service manual doesn't come in for a few more days, but tires came in earlier this week. Can anyone give me the torque values for the various bolts required? I saw that there's supposed to be a printable page here with all of the specs, but can't seem to find it.

I know the rear axle: 140-150 ft-lbs, but I need the shock bolts, front pulley cover (I think it's 86 in-lbs), caliper bolts (32-38 ft-lbs?), front fork pinch bolt, front axle, and any other I may have missed. I'd appreciate it greatly.

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Thanks a bunch, guys. Got the new Commander II's on and they're running spectacularly.
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