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post #1 of 12 Old May 6th, 2017, 03:06 PM Thread Starter
 
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2017 torque specs

I'm looking to grease the wheel bearings on my 2017 xp 1000, but I need the torque specs for the axle nut. Does anybody know it?

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I'm looking to grease the wheel bearings on my 2017 xp 1000, but I need the torque specs for the axle nut. Does anybody know it?

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on a 2016 its 110 to 120 ft lbs. at least that is what i have read
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Here are all the torque specs out of my 2017 shop manual Click image for larger version

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Thanks! They really jumped it up, I wonder what changed. Something is beefed up.
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Yeah, 180 for the castle nuts?
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Re: 2017 torque specs

I suspect that the torque specification on page 1-8 is a misprint. In three other places in the service manual it specifies the torque as 110 ft. lbs. There is a chart on page 2.43 that specifies 120 for the lug nuts and 110 for the hub retaining nuts. It also specifies on page 7-5 110 ft-lbs. for the Wheel Hub Castle Nut. I torqued mine to 110 ft-lbs. two months ago and have ridden a lot since then with no problems.
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I suspect that the torque specification on page 1-8 is a misprint. In three other places in the service manual it specifies the torque as 110 ft. lbs. There is a chart on page 2.43 that specifies 120 for the lug nuts and 110 for the hub retaining nuts. It also specifies on page 7-5 110 ft-lbs. for the Wheel Hub Castle Nut. I torqued mine to 110 ft-lbs. two months ago and have ridden a lot since then with no problems.
I went through this same thing and Hayseed tipped me off. He is right about the manual.

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I can't get mine loose with a 18 inch breaker. Is it right hand thread before I get out a pipe and really crank on it?
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I can't get mine loose with a 18 inch breaker. Is it right hand thread before I get out a pipe and really crank on it?
Standard right hand thread.

Use an extension on the breaker bar. Pipe, tubing, or similar.

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Thanks much
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Re: 2017 torque specs

I got them off and and marked them to see if they would be the same when I put them back together 115 lbs was one notch less than what they were from the factory. So I am assuming that the factory had them tighter. 115 sounds tight enough to me. Thoughts?
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Re: 2017 torque specs

My manual says 80 for the lug nuts on steel wheels and 110 for aluminum. No way in Hell am I going to torque those tiny studs to 110#!!!! I went with 90 and will check them often. Same for my 15 900 Trail. Never had a problem.
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