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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-14-2006, 09:15 PM Thread Starter
 
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quick info needed (02 ZX6R)

02 ZX6R: What do you torque the rear axel nut to and what size socket does it need? Couldnt quick find it so i throw it to yall, thanks-
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find a manual for it

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IDK exactly but most bikes are around 80lbs.

For the most part I use the goodantight method.

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I'm with Jeeps... the german method...

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And then give your rear wheel a spin... it should spin freely without much effort. Not really loose but not tight... you just have to get a feel for it!

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found the link i was looking for but i cant view it. https://www.twowheelforum.com/showthread.php?t=8015

can one of yall open the 2000-2002 ZX6R zip and find it? or you ZZR600 guys, can you tell me?
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found the link i was looking for but i cant view it. https://www.twowheelforum.com/showthread.php?t=8015

can one of yall open the 2000-2002 ZX6R zip and find it? or you ZZR600 guys, can you tell me?
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Not sure if this will help but my 03 7R rear axle nut requires a 32mm socket and is torqued a 110 ft lbs (according to my manual).
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Not sure if this will help but my 03 7R rear axle nut requires a 32mm socket and is torqued a 110 ft lbs (according to my manual).
its 32mm on the 6R too. im happy i had that socket because we used it today. I saw everything from 74- 94 ft lbs for the torque. We put it at 80 till he gets a manual.
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