Re: Chain and sprocket
the torque value is around 72 ft/lbs. everyone thinks this is too high. but i've done it dozens of times. you need to have a quality torque wrench for this stuff is why people snap these bolts off all the time. a harbor freight torque wrench isn't accurate at all. i've seen videos on youtube testing these on snap on torque wrench testers and they always torque stuff 10 to 12 ft/lbs higher than the setting of the wrench.
but I bought a high end torque wrench. if you have a cheap $15 torque wrench set to about 45 or 50 ft/lbs.
Last edited by yamahacrazy; 05-03-2019 at 03:20 PM.