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Torque specifications for1982 yamaha xj650r axle nut

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hi, you are doing everything correct, however from time to time they do get seized, i would recomend you replace the nut, slightly open up the grove in the rh side of the swinging arm where you have removed the pinch bolt, and using a heavy hammer give the axle a sharp blow, from the nut side do not fit the nut fully leave some space between it and the diff for movment, then if after a couple of blows it moves some, then undo the nut some more and hit it again, if the spindle has now moved knock it back in the other way to losen it off, you cannot drive it out from brake side it has to come from left and exit on the right of the bike , if i can be any further help pls email me ,paul

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SOURCE: i need the torque spec.

just make sure it good and tight. torque specs are more for surfaces that have gaskets or something you dont want over tightened. I use a 3/8 impact and just run it down tight.

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