Question about 2007 Suzuki Boulevard C90T
Need Rear axle torque for 2007 Suzuki C90T, please @
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.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
Locate the drain screw on the bottom of the carburetor float bowl. Drain the float bowl's contents into a clean container, if possible, so that you can see if there's any dirt, rust, or water in the fuel.
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
SOURCE: I have a 2007 Suzuki
just make sure it's tight, and was blue loc tight on it as well it help protect it from the atmosphere. the put torqu spec more for gasket-ed surfaces, holes with tapered openings and people that use cheater bars on 8 mm bolts. I use a 3/8 impact to just run it tight, a stong hand one a 1/2 racket will be fine. A old mech i worked with a very smart wise man told me this once " they make a wrench the size they do is so you wont use a cheater bar to over tighten it, save your torque wrench for when you need it" those words have stuck in my head since i was 10 yrs olds and i have watched guys snap bolts because they dont use the right tool.
I hope this helps if there is anything else i can help please feel free to contact me.
Posted on Apr 19, 2011
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