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    Lefty Max PBR Torque Settings

    Hello World

    I just had to change out my tires on my Rize 3 with Lefty Max PBR. So I need to know two things really and that is what are the torque settings for mounting the brakes back on and what are the settings for the axle bolt. When I say axle bolt, I am talking about the bolt in the center. I know on the hub it says that the axle bolt should be the 15nm but I just want to double check because there are four other smaller bolts too.

    Appreciate any information that you guys / gals may have!

    Thanks

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    3. When the axle bolt threads engage the
    spindle, turn the bolt clockwise with finger
    force slowly to allow the hub bearings
    to slide onto the spindle bearing seats.
    Once the hub has been drawn onto the
    hub completely, use torque wrench to
    tighten to final 15.0 N•m (133.0 In•Lbs).
    4. Reinstall the brake caliper. Tighten bolts to
    78.0 In•Lbf (9.0 N•m).
    5. Spin the wheel to make sure it moves
    freely. Be sure to test the brakes for
    proper operation before riding.

    Hope that helps i pulled it from the pdf i downloaded from cannondales website for the lefty max pbr 130.

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    Htich -

    Thank you so much. I will give it a shot this morning. I thought I had pretty much scoured those PDFs on Cdawgs site. Appreciate it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hitechredneck
    3. When the axle bolt threads engage the
    spindle, turn the bolt clockwise with finger
    force slowly to allow the hub bearings
    to slide onto the spindle bearing seats.
    Once the hub has been drawn onto the
    hub completely, use torque wrench to
    tighten to final 15.0 Nm (133.0 InLbs).
    4. Reinstall the brake caliper. Tighten bolts to
    78.0 InLbf (9.0 Nm).
    5. Spin the wheel to make sure it moves
    freely. Be sure to test the brakes for
    proper operation before riding.

    Hope that helps i pulled it from the pdf i downloaded from cannondales website for the lefty max pbr 130.

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    No worries, If you cant find them then pm me your email addy and i can send them to you. There is 3 total. the rize one, the lefty pbr one and a tech note on how cannondale dale says to service the rear swing arm and pivots.

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