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Mar 1, 2004 vlucdog.

11 Aug 23, 2017. Dec 29, 2015 Slide the caliper back over the rotor and install the caliper to bracket mounting bolts.

Those specs are in the owner&39;s manual that came with the motorcycle.

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. looks like 12 point socket or reverse torx. This is an older thread, you may not receive a.

Aug 22, 2017 Dan89flstc.

&183; 4 &183; Aug 22, 2021. . (do not exceed 144 in-lbs).

0&39;er said Replace ALL stretch torgue bolts, ALWAYS If you remove them, replace them with new, part of the bolts torque is it stretches to hold the torque, also, its a special metal to resist damage from heat that will lead to catastrophic failure. .

Manual also states use new torx screws when mounting rotorsdiscs as bigbadal stated.

Re-install the master cylinder cover, making sure the brake fluid level is near the max mark.

rHarley. Dec 23, 2015 Slide the caliper slide pin through the pads and torque it to 12 ftlbs.

14" 12-point hold the brake pads in on the brake pad pins. com; Read full answer.

Torque to lighter specification and check for leakage, increasing torque only to stop leakage without exceeding.
looks like 12 point socket or reverse torx.
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Aug 14, 2011 2005 Harley Davidson FLHTCUI Electra.

use these numbers as they are straight out of the service manual.

5-18. rHarley. 0'er said Replace ALL stretch torgue bolts, ALWAYS If you remove them, replace them with new, part of the bolts torque is it stretches to hold the torque, also, its a special metal to resist damage from heat that will lead to catastrophic failure.

. Place the caliper carefully out of the way. 2006 VRSCA 1130, 4 INTAKE CAMS, 10. Dec 23, 2015 Step 1 Replace pads. Any bolt that should have a locking agent has a discoloration on the threads of the bolt from the factory applied lockpatch.

Place the caliper carefully out of the way.

Thank you. Front brake rotors - 16-24 ft lbs.

Feb 20, 2014 What size are the bolts that hold the the front brake caliper to the fork leg.

PN 230-12094 Banjo Bolt, M10-1.

It's a Brembo caliper so most certainly metric fastener, course thread, grade 8 or above, measure the diameter to be certain.

Since i don't ever want to over tighten , going by what everyone else has.

Every bolt has a maximum torque that can be used based on the material it is made from, the material it is mating too (female threads), and the squishy material in.