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The flying Dutchman
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As stated in the title, i need to know how much nm or lb/ft the bolts on the front and rear calipers when changing the pads as an uncle and me are going to check the brakes this evening
 

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The flying Dutchman
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Come on guys! I really need the info
 

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If you're talking about the bolt you have to remove to allow the caliper to pivot, I don't think you need much torque. 30-40 Nm should be plenty considering the dimensions of the bolt. I don't have the exact torque value, but this is my best guess. :)
 

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Brake caliper to carrier on front 35Nm

Brake carrier caliper to hub Front 108Nm

Brake disc to hub front 10 Nm

Brake caliper to carrier on rear 35Nm


Brake carrier caliper to hub rear 55Nm


Brake disc to hub rear 10 Nm

Hope this helps buddy good luck:cool:
 
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