Question about 2000 Harley Davidson FLHRCI Road King Classic
Not sure which "fork caps" you're talking about. In mechanics, so many people call different things by different names it's sometimes difficult to figure out what they are talking about.
Anyway, if you're talking about the large fork caps that at the upper triple tree, there is not specific torque, just snug. I wouldn't overtighten them due to there very thin profile and rounded corners on some.
If you're talking about the cap that screws directly into the upper fork tube, there again, no specific torque, just snug. If you tighten either of these caps too tightly, you could encounter problems with removal in the future.
If you are talking about the fork cap at the axle, the nuts torque to 12-15 foot pounds.
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
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