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What is the rear axel torque for a 1991 Suzuki GSX F 750? Please help!!!!

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As ive never seen any motorcycle used tappered bearings, they use straight bearings.all bikes and makes and models ive ever seen you can tighten the axle with a big wrench and pop the cotter pin in. one hand force. the wheel should turn freely. do not get confused because car front wheels there is a torque value as they have tappered bearings.

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