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Like the title says, cannot seem to find them. I need to get a Suzuki service manual. I found a couple on ebay for $25 bux, gonna buy one this weekend I think. I cant wait until my 14 days are up being a "newbie", I want to post in the wanted and for sale sections..25 years of riding bike and I feel like its my first time having to wait to post.
 

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Thanks, yes that helps, I'm gonna print it out.
That rear sprocket nut torque is too high. (Yes, I know it's in the manual) 25-30ft-lbs is plenty. If you use the spec'd torque odds are good that you'll strip a nut eventually.
 

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That rear sprocket nut torque is too high. (Yes, I know it's in the manual) 25-30ft-lbs is plenty. If you use the spec'd torque odds are good that you'll strip a nut eventually.
106 ft lbs seems like a lot for that front sprocket nut.
 

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The torque specs are in a sticky in the tech area strangely enough.
 

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The torque specs are in a sticky in the tech area strangely enough.
Looked at that. I must of overlooked them the first time. My fault. I have no idea how i missed them, I glanced over it the first time. Wow.
 
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