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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 05-13-2011, 03:38 AM Thread Starter
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Brutale 990R: Swing arm hub bolts torque?

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Anybody knows what is the torque for the swing arm hub bolts in the Brute 990R?

I need this information to tighten the chain....I have been looking for this information in the manuals but no luck.

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Don't know the numbers for 990/1090 (guessing at the same though 28-32 Nm for the hub pinch bolts) I would err on the slack side for chain adjustment especially as the 90s have a longer swinging arm - after you have finished I'd sit on it and get someone else to check for free play...

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I known the specification for the pre 2010 models...28-32Nm. But the new models have a new redesigned hub, that's why I wondering if the hub bolts torque have change...

I have not seen any sticker on the hub with the bolts torque...

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Same as earlier, the 990/1090 manual states 28-32nm

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Same as earlier, the 990/1090 manual states 28-32nm

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Same as earlier, the 990/1090 manual states 28-32nm
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Where have you found this information? I have checked european and USA manuals for the 990/1090 and I cannot find it!

Please, let me know...

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I got the manual when I decided to get a 1090/990
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Chris,
Where have you found this information? I have checked european and USA manuals for the 990/1090 and I cannot find it!

Please, let me know...

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Chris,
Where have you found this information? I have checked european and USA manuals for the 990/1090 and I cannot find it!

Please, let me know...
In addition to being printed on a data label on the rear hub, the info is printed numerous times in the manual. Below is a screen shot from page B-55.

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