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#996413 - 09/08/17 11:27 PM Swingarm bolt torque  
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2011 R1200RT - I am finally finishing up the final drive oil change that caused me problems before. I also lubed the splines so pulled the swingarm bolt to drop the final drive. I have now replaced the nut and washer with new ones (as recommended someplace I cannot find.) I can recall a recommendation for red loctite but cannot find the torque value again.


Hornell, NY
2002 R1150RT
2011 R1200RT
IBA #16960
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#996436 - 09/09/17 11:31 AM Re: Swingarm bolt torque [Re: Stonecritter]  
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If your referring to the Paralever mounting bolt, my Haynes manual has it listed at 42Nm for both front and rear.


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#996437 - 09/09/17 11:44 AM Re: Swingarm bolt torque [Re: NewportCycle]  
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Thank you. I just found that also in Haynes. Nothing I saw actually called it that. Much easier to find if you know what it is.

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Hornell, NY
2002 R1150RT
2011 R1200RT
IBA #16960
Someday is not a day of the week.

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