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I am new to this forum and i hard to find information i am seeking.

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I am looking for information to find torque spec for tightening bolts for the whole bike (Brutale 800 2017).

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Welcome to the forum!! Those manuals should give you the info you are looking for.
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Welcome to the forum!! Those manuals should give you the info you are looking for.
Hi Guys,

Went through the manuals and onto other bike models as well.

Can't seem to find the brutale 800 with the tail bolted to the swing arm?

I was looking for torque specs on the swing arm bolts

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Welcome ...is that you Jeremy?

Section N contains a diagram of all the torque settings that are important.

If it's not listed there, then you need to post a picture of which bolts you are seeking to tighten (in case we're a little lost in translation)

...why are you messing with Swingarm bolts?

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Welcome ...is that you Jeremy?

Section N contains a diagram of all the torque settings that are important.

If it's not listed there, then you need to post a picture of which bolts you are seeking to tighten (in case we're a little lost in translation)

...why are you messing with Swingarm bolts?

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Hi Tim!,

Haha! Its meeee~

Installing a tail tidy, and need to remove the tail from the swingarm.

Was wondering if the stock bolts i am putting back on without the tail needs to be spec to torque!

Thanks! Will enlarge section N and print it out !

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Hi Tim!,

Haha! Its meeee~

Installing a tail tidy, and need to remove the tail from the swingarm.

Was wondering if the stock bolts i am putting back on without the tail needs to be spec to torque!
Ahh - now I think I know what you mean JJ.

These are the hub tightening bolts - the swing arm bolts are the other end.

Matt just replaced his and the tail tidy does not come with replacement bolts - so you end up with longer bolts just sticking out.

1. Yes, these are very important it is vital you do NOT over-tighten these due to the pressure they can apply to the rear hub.
2. The setting is 28-32Nm ...but most of us tend to tighten them quite a bit lighter.
3. Opinions vary from 19Nm - 25Nm ...I'm at the 25Nm level myself

I've some shorties available to replace the longer ones.

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