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I'm in the process of changing my chain and sprockets. I need you guys expertise on these 2 questions.

1. Just installed a q/c carrier. How tight should the sprocket be on the carrier? Right now, I got it on 25 ft-lb. Is this enuff?

2. Does the cush bolts need to be torque down? If so, how much?

Any information is greatly appreciated. TIA.
 
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Re: Torque values (dukegar)

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I think these are the cush nuts ..... 'rear chain sprocket nuts' = 48Nm Grease B

25 ft lbs is probably enough for the carrier bolts. I know they're critical bolts, but I just tightened mine until it felt right. Ducati has M8x1.25 bolts at 25Nm.
 
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Re: Torque values (dukegar)

The sprocket nuts on my AFAM carrier are supposed to be tightened to 24 Nm, but I'd call the manufacturer of the carrier and ask them directly.
 
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Re: Torque values (Saginaw748)

To all,
Thank you so much for the quick reply.
S748 - Save that site on my favs. T.Y.
JK - I got the same kind. I'll use that value.
Mental - cush nuts = cush bolts = 48Nm. T.Y.

Again, Grazie a tutti.
 
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