Question about 1995 Isuzu Trooper
And what torc do you tighten to
If you are replacing the brakes in the back, you shoudl have drum brakes on this. I have a 95 trooper as well, so if you have discs, they may be aftermarket. No matter, for disc brakes, if you're replacing the disc, the brakes should be off at this point...the disc should just pull off - it there is a bolt that holds this on, it will unscrew counter clock wise. Righty tighty, lefty loosy, is how I used to remember it. As far as the torque, you may want to google it. Googe: torque specs for 95 trooper rear disc brakes. This will bring you to a list of websites that will give you the appropriate specs for this. Usually, you dont' have to "torque" it. Just tighten it with the rachet and socket until snug. Sintrifical force while driving tightens it the a little more, and you'll be fine.
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Posted on May 17, 2010
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