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Old 08-07-2018, 12:18 PM   #1
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Default Rear hub nut torque setting for Mark D set up

I have a set of Mark D spacers fitted and intend fitting Suzuki rear hubs inc Suzuki bearings my question is what torque setting to use so I donít put excessive strain on the nut and shaft pin .
Suzuki is 150-200 nm and a mini is 81 nm does anyone know what his pins with standard mini castle nuts are rated at .
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I tried to message Mark directly but his folder is full so canít receive messages.
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Old 08-07-2018, 02:29 PM   #2
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I allways found this a can of worms, in general I do them up
To what I think is Sencible and feel the way it turns,
The thing is this! If you box them up at a torque and the castle holes don't meet the safety pin hole,
Shims?? I have even used half the pin if it's close,
Play it by ear as it's safe and can't go very far,
Soz about wonky discription by t don't know how to say it,
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