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Got a stupid question, will be replacing the shifter peg(to motone brass one) and can't find torque settings? Will be using medium Loctite on thread, but not sure if there are any torque settings(none in the Haynes manual and youtube videos...) or just tighten firmly.....
The bobbins are recommended to 24Nm and maybe the same for the shifter peg? Any help greatly appreciated.


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I have the same one and just hand tightened it down nice and snug, and with Loctite. Been on there ever since with no issues.
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There is no torque spec. Just remember how much torque it took to remove the original. The Loctite will do the rest!
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Hi Everyone,


Got a stupid question, will be replacing the shifter peg(to motone brass one) and can't find torque settings? Will be using medium Loctite on thread, but not sure if there are any torque settings(none in the Haynes manual and youtube videos...) or just tighten firmly.....
The bobbins are recommended to 24Nm and maybe the same for the shifter peg? Any help greatly appreciated.


Thank you,
Jim

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I also fitted a Motone gear change lever a few months ago. I also just hand tightened with a medium pressure ( relative I know) + thread lock and was fine. Didnít even come off when it slid 30m on its side.
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I also fitted a Motone gear change lever a few months ago. I also just hand tightened with a medium pressure ( relative I know) + thread lock and was fine. Didnít even come off when it slid 30m on its side.
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