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post #61 of 65 Old 05-03-14, 11:58
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It's 35Nm
Okay thanks v.much! =)

Not sure if Im poor, or I spent all my money on bike parts....
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[B][U][CENTER][SIZE="5"][COLOR="Blue"]Some pertinent specs and fluid amounts for the
Wheels and Tires:

Front tire pressure - 34 lb/in (These numbers are only suggested pressures as tire and riding type/style will differ greatly)

Rear tire pressure - 36 lb/ft (These numbers are only suggested pressures as tire and riding type/style will differ greatly)
Thanks! I always forget the psi for these bikes!
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So I see according to my manual for the 765RS, the rear axle torque is the same as the 675. Does anyone know if the front axle is the same as for the 675, also the pinch bolts and caliper? I've been looking around and can't find much info on the 765s. Thanks in advance.
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post #65 of 65 Old 07-14-18, 18:18
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I didn't see it on the list and had to call about a torque spec. Sorry if I dont know part name's. But the shift lever to the control plate is 15 nm, and it had a thread lock liquid on it. I used blue loctite.
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