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2005 Honda CBR 125 R torque settings rear wheel nut

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SOURCE: torque setting cbr 1000rr headstock nut?

Hi there!

here are some recommended torque for small nuts and bolts:
Torque Specifications of Small Screws
Screw Size/Torque (in.-lb)

2mm 5-7
2-56 6-8
2.5mm 8-10
4-40 10-12
5-40 11-13
3mm 12-14
6-32 15-17
4mm 18-21
8-32 19-23
5mm 20-24
10-32 22-26

Also, click on the link below and you'll never have to find torque settings for your motorcycle bolts. I use this as a reference all the time.

http://img399.imageshack.us/img399/4280/ac43131btable71torquevalues9cn.jpg


Hope this helps!

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SOURCE: does any one know the torque settings for the rear

try 8.5-10.5 kgf m using torque wrench or just turn the nut slowly until it reches the point where more effort is required, just add 1/4 turn and that should be just about right. Good enough?

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Also, click on the link below and you'll never have to find torque settings for your motorcycle bolts. I use this as a reference all the time.

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Hope this helps!

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