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Old 22-11-18, 11:33 AM   #1
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Default Replacing rear brake rotors, can't find torque values

So I need to replace rear brake rotors and pads in a 2010 207CC 1.6. I've got all in one rotor and bearing units from eBay. I can't find information about torque settings for reinstalling the various parts. I even paid for a year of Haynes manual, which is useless. Can anyone please help?
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Greetings Kremmen of the Starcorps!

It's the kind of bearing that you can't overtighten (not the kind of bearing that's adjustable either) so the reply, without being at all scientific, is BLOODY TIGHT!

Full weight on a breaker bar then, peen the nut into the "V" on the shaft and you're good to go.
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from what i can remember its 300nm or as above EFT
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from what i can remember its 300nm or as above EFT
My torque wrench doesn't even go that high!
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Old 22-11-18, 10:25 PM   #5
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Thanks people (and Karla!). What about the brake caliper bracket and knuckles (I forget the proper names)?

*EDIT* I've watched this video which is useful for showing me what to do, but useless because it doesn't include torque settings or lubricant/grease/threadlock.


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