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Torque spec. on rear brake rotor 98 harley sportster

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SOURCE: I need the torque specifications for the rear

Your wheel is 95 to 110 ft lbs

Brake Disk is 30-45 ft lbs ( lock tight)

Pulley i( belt Sprocket) is 55-65 FT Lbs Lock tight red on both.

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