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    Torque settings for 2011 Quad XM frames

    Does anyone know where to find them? I can only seem to find the ones for older models on Marin's website and Marin is yet to respond to my query.

    Any assistance appreciated.

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    Have a look at this - http://www.marin.co.uk/downloads/Mar...0Manual_V1.pdf

    Torque settings are in section 8.
    I don't crash, I just have slightly uncontrolled dismounts!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiwiplague View Post
    Have a look at this - http://www.marin.co.uk/downloads/Mar...0Manual_V1.pdf

    Torque settings are in section 8.
    Thank you very much! For some reason I wasn't able to find this on the American site.

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    Glad to help
    I don't crash, I just have slightly uncontrolled dismounts!

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    Thanks also! I have never seen this before. Very handy!

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    On a related note: That SKF anti-fret paste that Marin says must be used for reassembly is super expensive and comes in big tubs only

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    I can confirm that, just looked at it and its 50Euro's a can........ Maybe you should contact a cardealership and bring your own little can. How much do you need? Just a bit i think. Pay them a few $ and ready...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Betzel View Post
    I can confirm that, just looked at it and its 50Euro's a can........ Maybe you should contact a cardealership and bring your own little can. How much do you need? Just a bit i think. Pay them a few $ and ready...
    I'll go to a BMW parts shop that I know and see if they could give me some for reasonable money. Failing that, I'll get the alternative (as per Marin's manual) that I just found comes in smaller quantities that are not so heavy on the wallet: Castrol Optimol T for 10.99.

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    Ok, good to know. I work at a place where there are engines build every day. So I'm pretty sure that i can get my hands on some of this stuff there.

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