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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
sounds unusual,i havent come across a gsx600f yet,but i do know that some models of earlier bikes,(not necessarily suzuki)use a left hand thread on the sprocket nut,so instead of trying to loosen the nut to the left(as one normally would) try going to the right (as if to tighten it),and if it is as i suspect ,it should come undone...hope this helps
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
Crankcase bolt (M8)
(initial):13 N-m (1.3 kgf-m, 9.5 lb-ft)
(Final):23 N-m (2.3 kg-fm, 16.5 lb-ft)
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Posted on Aug 29, 2009
SOURCE: WHAT IS THE TORQUE SPECS.
"Armstrong" torque, you'll probably be the one working on it the next time and you'll want to be able to get it back off..look i race motorcycles and how i solve my torque problems is that in order to race in competition all brake, axle pinch bolts, and radiator caps, oil fill caps, drain plugs, and all hose clamps, must be lockwired ..so it took me about three days and a lot of little .032 drill bits to drill holes in all my bolts, yes even the little main axle tensioner nuts, believe me they vibrate off...i lost two already and i lost a couple of seat hold down bolts, so when i race i lockwire those down also...but the good part about this is that i dont need to torgue them down, i tightenen them up as tight as i prefer using common sence very tight on main axle bolts and fairly tight on everything else and then whenever i ride my bike, i never have to worry if my bolts are loose..just one look at my lockwire being present garunties that they're tight!
Posted on Aug 14, 2010
SOURCE: im replacing the front and
Well, the oldest manual I have handy is for a '94, it specs:
Front sprocket nut 84 ft lbs
rear sprocket nuts 43.5 ft lbs
axle nut 72.7 ft lbs
Older manuals spec 67.5 for rear sprocket nut, this was changed to 43.5 due to the large number of problems with stripping nuts/bolts.
Check here to see if your bike is listed, that may help:
Posted on Aug 29, 2010
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