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    Torque Specs

    Hello -

    I am looking for a good reference place to get some torque specs for putting my back together from my annual tear down. I finally decided that this is the year that I actually put it back together right instead of doing the "ehhh, its pretty tight" thing. Is there a place online or ? Any help would be appreciated.... Thanks!

    - Ryan
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    To do it right, you'll want to visit each component manufacturer's website and look for torque specs.

    A general guide, as found on ParkTool.com or SheldonBrown.com, is going to get you in range, but these are approximations with wide ranges and not as useful as the specs from the manufacturer.
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    Hey lips, I was doing the same thing, trying to hunt down info. Finally I just compiled it. Some common torque specs. Most of the time just use common sense - abiet some of us lack that.
    Here you go:

    http://www.pedaldamnit.com/mtb/?page_id=56

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