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John_Lorenz

Need some torguee specs Applied Triples

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Anyone have the torque foot pounds for the Applied Triples. Need the Bar Mounts specs thats it. 19mm Bolt that clamps down the mounts on the top triple yz426

Thanks in advance

Can not find my dang paperwork and the site has no tech info :thumbsup:

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just do 'em up tight!

The head is the only place I use a torque wrench on my bike

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just do 'em up tight!

The head is the only place I use a torque wrench on my bike

i've read somewhere that over torque can cause the tube to bind as it goes up and down.

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mountainman is right. 16-18 ft-lb is plenty for the clamps. You can bind the sliders if the clamp bolts are overtorqued.

In addition to the head, the cam caps are another good place to use a torque wrench.

But I must admit that's about all I use the torque wrench on!

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i've read somewhere that over torque can cause the tube to bind as it goes up and down

Yeah, I'll buy that, not that I've ever torqued mine.

But the question was regarding the bolts that hold the bar clamps onto the top tripple trees (i think)

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Guys

Thanks what I was looking for was the torque specs for the Bar Mounts. These are 19mm bolts that attache the Pro-Taper Bar mounts on to the top of the triple. Not the 10mm bolts that hold the tubes.

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Yamakaze :devil: will do

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