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    Torque Settings
    on: Dec 07, 2016, 09.54 pm
    Dec 07, 2016, 09.54 pm
    We're between houses at the moment and my service manual is in one of he boxes in the garage. Would somebody be kind enough to post the torque settings for the front calliper bolts, pinch bolts and front axle bolt please?

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    Re: Torque Settings
    Reply #1 on: Dec 07, 2016, 10.13 pm
    Dec 07, 2016, 10.13 pm
    Hi GarySN, ive just found these setting on tinterweb, but please check for yourself.

    Here are all three components for front wheel R&R

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    Admin edit:  Values removed as incorrect, please see this post for correct values

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    Darn wife has gone and tidied my manual away somewhere secret, cant moan to much i dont know how to turn the hoover on.  :008:
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    Reply #2 on: Dec 07, 2016, 11.45 pm
    Dec 07, 2016, 11.45 pm
    Brilliant - thanks a lot for responding so quickly   :031:

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    Re: Torque Settings
    Reply #3 on: Dec 08, 2016, 07.20 am
    Dec 08, 2016, 07.20 am
    No probs GarySN, hope the house move goes well, i know what its like ,having moved a good few times(6) :112:
    Happy new house to you.  :152:
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    Re: Torque Settings
    Reply #4 on: Dec 08, 2016, 09.06 am
    Dec 08, 2016, 09.06 am
    According to my Honda workshop manual these are the correct torque settings:  :431:

    Axle bolt.                59 Nm (44 lbf.ft)
    Pinch bolts.            22 Nm (16 lbf.ft)
    Front caliper.          31 Nm (23 lbf.ft)

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    Re: Torque Settings
    Reply #5 on: Dec 08, 2016, 01.31 pm
    Dec 08, 2016, 01.31 pm
    Nice to have the correct ones, I did just take them off the tinterweb after a search, as I said my manual has, for the time being, disappeared.  :114:
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    Re: Torque Settings
    Reply #6 on: Dec 08, 2016, 01.33 pm
    Dec 08, 2016, 01.33 pm
    Thanks both for making the effort.

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    Re: Torque Settings
    Reply #7 on: Oct 09, 2018, 11.07 am
    Oct 09, 2018, 11.07 am
    Can I just ask for further clarification on this:
    Front caliper.  31 Nm (23 lbf.ft)    Is this the bolt that holds the caliper on or the brake pad in position?   I am looking for the torque setting of the bolt that holds the pads in position.  Thanks.
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