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The front wheel spindle/axle bolt should be 95nm NOT 110.
This amendment was issued by Triumph in a service bulletin.
 
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Thanks for putting it up Catahoulabulldog.

Avi8tor - That is good to know, I haven't seen the service buletin with the update. All specs are straight from the manual with SAE conversions added.

I have been using this for a while and decided to share. I printed it off and put copies in my manual.
 

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Nice to have those all in one place. I changed the front wheel spec in the file I downloaded, it would be good to change the source file. The conversion of 95 Nm is 70.07 lbf-lb (not that any torque wrench is accurate to 4 significant figures).
 
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Brake Caliper torque spec change - reduced from 40nm to 35nm

Supposedly another service bullitin on this, I am trying to confirm.
 

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This file has been updated for the Service Bulletins mentioned above. These changes are indicated in red, as are the specs for the header - since so many have asked.

It is available in pdf format in the DOWNLOADS section. I hope this helps.

Great thanks to Catahoulabulldog for uploading the updated file. :pow:
 

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It is easy. To go from Nm to Lb/Ft, take the Nm figure and (x) it by .737
40Nm= 40(x).737=29.48Lb/Ft I would torque it to 29.5 Lb/Ft
 

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Devious2xs said:
It is available in pdf format in the DOWNLOADS section. I hope this helps.

Great thanks to Catahoulabulldog for uploading the updated file. :pow:
:pow: Once again thanks for the good info..... Gonna print, laminate and tape to the inside of my toolbox!
 

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I used 0.737561 which rounds to .738.

When I am working on stuff, and greasey, the last thing I want, is to start making conversions (calculator or not). I just printed this out and keep a laminated copy in my manual. But feel free to do what you want.
 

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Devi, Cat and the rest of you regular posters- THANKS!! :smiley-asskiss:

You guys really are making my life easier and more enjoyable by sharing all this kind of stuff. I don't know where you find the time but I'm glad. A big piece of raisin pie to all of you. :pow:
 

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I must be stupid, but where is the download section ??? I'd like to download the PDF, but cant seem to find it!
Not stupid...blind maybe. ;D

Left side of your screen. Right under the chat room link, and right above "where are our members".
 

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The download section is on the left side of the page just under the "Chat Room".

Teologie - raisin pie? That sounds really bad!
 

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Here's what section 9 has to say on engine installation, pretty sure what you want is in here but I didn't take the time to read it all.
1. Position the engine beneath the frame.
2. Raise the engine, looping the drive chain over
the output sprocket as it is raised.
3. Align the engine to the frame and refit the engine
mounting bolts to support the engine.
4. Refit the frame to cylinder head bracket to the left
hand side of the motorcycle. Tighten the bracket
to cylinder head bolts to 30 Nm. DO NOT
TIGHTEN THE BRACKET TO FRAME BOLT
UNTIL INSTRUCTED TO DO SO.
A Caution
I Unless the following engine mounting bolt tightening I
sequence is precisely followed, severe frame
damage can occur.
5. Remove the support from beneath the engine.
6. Tighten the bolt securing the frame to the left
hand front cylinder head mounting to 80 Nm.
7. Tighten the bolt securing the frame to the rear
left hand upper engine mounting to 80 Nm.
8. Tighten the bolt securing the frame to the rear
left hand lower engine mounting to 80 Nm.
9. Check the gap between the frame and engine at
all four right hand engine mounting locations. If a
gap is found between the engine and frame, add
spacers as necessary to eliminate the gap.
10. If a spacer is needed for the lower right hand rear
engine mounting bolt, a spacer (part number
T3550355) must also be fitted to the drag link to
frame bolt on the right hand side.
Note:
Four sizes of spacer are available, 2 mm,
1.5 mm, 1.0 mm and 0.5 mm. Refer to the
parts catalogue for part number
information.
11. Once all the necessary spacers have been
added, tighten the bolt securing the frame to the
right front cylinder head mounting to 80 Nm.
12. Tighten the bolt securing the frame to the right
hand rear cylinder head mounting to 80 Nm.
13. Tighten the bolt securing the frame to the rear
right hand upper engine mounting to 80 Nm.
14. Tighten the bolt securing the frame to the rear
right hand lower engine mounting to 80 Nm.
15. Tighten the bolt securing the frame to the
cylinder head mounting bracket
16. Tighten the swinging arm spindle inner
adjustment ring to 15 Nm and the outer locking
ring to 30 Nm using service tool part numbers
T3880290 and T3880295 respectively.
1. T3880290
2. Adjuster
1. T3880295
2. Lock ring
17. Fit and tighten the swinging arm spindle bolt to
60 Nm.
18. Tighten the drag link spindle bolt to 95 Nm.
19. Attach and clip the air deflector shield to the cam
cover.
20. Refit the clutch cable (see page 4-6).
21. Check the injector O-rings for splits and other
damage. Replace as necessary.
22. Refit the throttle bodies, injectors and fuel rail to
the cylinder head (see page 10-99).
23. Reconnect all electrical connections to the
engine.
24. Allow the swinging arm to hang free, and set the
chain adjustment (see page 12-6).
25. Refit the gearchange linkage.
26. Refit the sprocket cover
27. Using new seals at the cylinder head, refit the
exhaust system (see page 10-106).
1. Cylinder head
2. Seals
28. Refit the oil cooler (see page 8-14). (
29. Reconnect; the top hose at the cylinder head, the
bottom hose at the water pump and the bypass
hose at the cylinder head (see page 11-6). .
1. Bottom hose
2. Bypass hose
3. Water pump
30. Refill the cooling system (see page 11-5).
31. Fill the engine with oil of the correct grade and
viscosity (see page 8-7).
32. Refit the airbox (see page 10-93).
33. Refit the fuel tank (see page 10-88).
34. Refit the side panels (see page 16-9).
35. Refit the battery to the battery box and
reconnect, positive (red) lead first (see page 17-
7).
36. Remove the motorcycle from the paddock stand
and place on the side stand.
37. Refit the seat.
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