I too am struggling to find what the torque values are, did you manage to find out what each letter torque setting was? If you could share that would be great, thank you
Yeah, in the PDF diagram three posts above this one it's spec'd at 6Nm. You get used to how tight pivot hardware needs to be after a whilehaving done loads n loads 6-10Nm would seem way closer to what you'd expect from smaller horst link fastening hardware and bearings.19Nm there would indeed be very unusual. similar horst link hardware on varios frame is generally in the 7-9Nm rangeI think the Horst Link where the Seat Stay and Chain Stays connect should be 6Nm to 10Nm not 19Nm however
Are you talking about the part circled red in below dwg?Hi all, getting round to changing my main pivot, have taken the first screw out but the the next part is solid and can not remove, the inner hex is stripped, any suggestions. have added a pic showing which part. also what part number is this as need a new one View attachment 33299
Aye it sounds like you know exactly what he is on aboot and I dinnae!?That's the expander spacer (it has no hex). it simply stops the axle coming loose when the M6 bolt is tightened down on it.
I'd assumed he meant the hex interface on the actual axle (marked SEE - MAX in the diagram) underneath the expander bung was rounded.
Strange if it is. (and it wasn't you who damaged it)
NoAm i wasting my time?
This may still be your issue.low pressure garden hose
TBF if they're good quality £80 is actually reasonable for all the removal presses needed. Got a link to what you're thinking of buying?I'm looking at replacing frame bearings (just did main pivots last year) and been on kinetics site.
Looked at the first bearings 6900 and there's different ones, should I just stick with the LLU MAX thruout?
I Also priced thru chain reaction the die presses needed to do the frame and it came to £80+ that's without the bar kit at £59...
Any links to a reasonable kit that covers all the frame and wheels ?
I would be interested to know how this kit will remove the bearings in the rear triangle since they are back-2-back.
It's just the press dies for the 3 different bearing sizes not the actual tool
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