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Hi friends:

I´m going to try taking appart my F4R rims. :jsm:

I have a doubt. To unscrew the nuts, must I push to the left or to the righ hand (clockwise direction)????????.

In the rear wheel, I think it is clear because the torque is showed in the rim and the direction.

But, the front wheel nut no. :f4:

Could you help me??


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Front wheel nuts, i.e. the fork leg bottom bolts are conventional right hand thread. You are right, the rear wheel nut (single large nut) is a left hand thread.Torque setting is 220 - 240 N/m. Use a proper fitting socket on the rear wheel nut and make sure you torque both front and rear correctly when re-fitting. n.b. it's easy to overtighten the fork leg bolts so be careful! Torque setting for front bolts is 20 - 22 N/m :)
 

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we offer a new tool which will fit rear and front (R Models + Tamburini)
it is a 2 in 1 tool fits on any 1/2" ratchet, perfect Quality and Finish guarantied.
rgds
diego

 

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john said:
Front wheel nuts, i.e. the fork leg bottom bolts are conventional right hand thread. You are right, the rear wheel nut (single large nut) is a left hand thread.Torque setting is 220 - 240 N/m. Use a proper fitting socket on the rear wheel nut and make sure you torque both front and rear correctly when re-fitting. n.b. it's easy to overtighten the fork leg bolts so be careful! Torque setting for front bolts is 20 - 22 N/m :)
And the front wheel axel???. I am talking about the R. Right hand or left hand thread?.

Thanks for your help.
 

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Sorry Ignacio, I forgot the R set up was different to the S, :cross: please ignore what I've said about the front wheel torques, those figures are for the S. As I don't have an R, perhaps one of the R or Senna 1000 owners can help you out with that info. :)
 

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john said:
Sorry Ignacio, I forgot the R set up was different to the S, :cross: please ignore what I've said about the front wheel torques, those figures are for the S. As I don't have an R, perhaps one of the R or Senna 1000 owners can help you out with that info. :)
Anyway, thanks john.
 

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How much is this tool?

diego said:
we offer a new tool which will fit rear and front (R Models + Tamburini)
it is a 2 in 1 tool fits on any 1/2" ratchet, perfect Quality and Finish guarantied.
rgds
diego

:f4: Diego how much would this tool cost me? I live in the Uk.
 
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