This evening I will be picking up a new 8" rotor to upgrade the rotors on my Kona Dawg from 6" rear and 7" front to 7" rear and 8" front. I have a couple of questions on their installation:
1) How much torque should I use? I have a Park Torque wrench that goes from 3-15 Newton Meter range (26-132 Inch Pounds). The Fox Fork recommends a maximum of 90 in-lb. How much torque should I use when installing the caliper to the adapters?
2) Does it make sense to use blue loctite on the threads so they do not vibrate loose?
Thank you for the advice,
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