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Need to know the torque settings for the fork stem nut, axle, handle bar riser, front caliper and front fender on a 2007 harley davidson dyna low rider fxdl

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Hi Jokerindeath, and your torque specs are:
1. 1/4" bolts 10 ft lbs.
2. 5/16" bolts 20 ft lbs.
3. 3/8" bolts 35 ft lbs.
4. 7/16" bolts 55 ft lbs.
5. 1/2" bolts 75 ft lbs.
Have nice day.

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SOURCE: 93 Dyna low rider fork oil.

your local hd shop should be able to answer this for you as its a mesured amount and to much or too little will make the bike not handle right

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