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PostSubject: Torque settings   Wed Oct 10, 2018 7:10 am

Hi everyone I’ve just joined this site. My silver wing has been off the road for two years. The wiring loom shorted out. No reason found. I bought a secondhand loom off e bay. Fitted and new battery. Added new fuel and bike started first time. But front fork seals have gone.
I have removed the forks and found a garage that are replacing the seals. But could anyone tell me the correct torque settings for the following.

Top yoke bolts that retain forks
Front wheel bolt
Brake calliper bolts.

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PostSubject: Re: Torque settings   Wed Oct 10, 2018 9:26 am

Hello mate, it's considered a courtesy to introduce yourself to the forum members and tell everyone about yourself and your Silver Wing before jumping in cold expecting to use the facilities.

Having your own Factory Service Manual for reference is a good idea too, especially if you're going to be seriously tinkering with the oily bits.
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