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What's up my forum family. The 2014 Daytona 675R is getting new tires Friday, and my service manual hasn't come in yet. With that said, I'm hoping to get the specs I need here. What I need:
Rear Axle Nut Torque
Front Axle Torque
Front Axle Pinch Bolts Torque
Front Caliper Bolts Torque


Thanks in advance!

Current Rides :
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07 GSXR 600 - Hers----GONE
15 Street Triple - Hers
08 Chevy Avalanche - His
13 Chevy Malibu - Hers
02 Toyota Celica - Ours
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I can't see why they would be any different from the previous models. https://www.triumph675.net/forum/showthread.php?t=52437

110Nm
65Nm
20Nm
35Nm
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straight from the manual for 13+
just checked

front wheel spindle/axle bolt 65nm =47 ft lbs
front wheel spindle pinch bolts (all models except daytona 675R) 22nm= 16ft lbs
front wheel spindle pinch bolts Daytona 675R only 20nm= 14ft lbs
rear wheel spindle/ axle bolt 110nm= 81 ft lbs

hope that helps

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Caliper bolts 55Nm

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straight from the manual for 13+
just checked

front wheel spindle/axle bolt 65nm =47 ft lbs
front wheel spindle pinch bolts (all models except daytona 675R) 22nm= 16ft lbs
front wheel spindle pinch bolts Daytona 675R only 20nm= 14ft lbs
rear wheel spindle/ axle bolt 110nm= 81 ft lbs

hope that helps


Caliper bolts?

Current Rides :
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07 GSXR 600 - Hers----GONE
15 Street Triple - Hers
08 Chevy Avalanche - His
13 Chevy Malibu - Hers
02 Toyota Celica - Ours
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Caliper bolts?
Dude stop being so damn lazy

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1i...5ZjAwNjU1/view

Get to reading

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Dude stop being so damn lazy

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1i...5ZjAwNjU1/view

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Not lazy. Service manual is ordered. And last time I checked, forums are for finding answers quickly. I searched the maint forums, and couldn't find what I was looking for, so I asked. And then I asked about caliper bolts because I got two different answers. Calm your titties. lol


Also, what year is that manual for? I don't see where its listed.

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Just to follow up on this very old thread so someone searching for torque specs doesn’t make the same mistake I almost did on the caliper bolts.

The correct caliper bolt torque specs are 35 NM not 55 NM. 55 NM will strip your caliper threads out.

Also the manual for the bike shown is pre ‘13 models.
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