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    New question here. Knolly Warden Torque Specs Question

    I cannot find the Warden torque specs listed, its not on the Knolly website yet. Can someone direct me to an online resource or share these details please?

    My frame arrived partially dismantled so as to save on package dimensional shipping costs and I am in the process of assembling.

    Does the linkage spacing pic below look correct? There appears to be a large gap between bolt and linkage. Is there supposed to be that silver washer there?

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    Here are the specs for the Endo/Chilli, I bet the Warden specs will be the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chromagftw View Post
    I cannot find the Warden torque specs listed, its not on the Knolly website yet. Can someone direct me to an online resource or share these details please?

    My frame arrived partially dismantled so as to save on package dimensional shipping costs and I am in the process of assembling.

    Does the linkage spacing pic below look correct? There appears to be a large gap between bolt and linkage. Is there supposed to be that silver washer there?

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    Hi Chromagftw
    The 2mm spacer (precision washer) goes BETWEEN the rocker link bearing (inside) and seat stay yoke, NOT on the outside of the bearing. It is used to space the rocker link away from the seat stay yoke. If you ride the bike as it's currently assembled, the suspension will not work correctly and you risk damaging the frame. Please contact us at Knolly if you need further information.

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    He has the spacer in the wrong place but still needs the torque specs (might they be the same as Chili/Endo listed above?) I would like them as well, I am dealing with a squeak.

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    Sorry - I should have added that the torque spec for that pivot assembly is the same as for the Endorphin and Chilcotin frames: 10.5 N*m.

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    Thank you very much for the info Noel (and for sorting out my Chilcotin from before also).

    I'll reposition the washer as directed and torque to the recommended spec.

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