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Old Dec 16th, 2012, 08:20 PM     #1
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Torque Specs...Unsure on Evo

Hi Everyone, I've been replacing trans & main sprocket seal on a 1993 Softail/SPCN, with Delkron inner primary & motor case. Been working out of an old (1985-1990) Harley manual. In this book, it states: Clutch hub nut@ 50 lbs. And, compensating nut torque@ 90-100 lbs. But I read somewhere that mid-ninties Evo's should be about 80 lbs on clutch nut,and 130-150 ft. lbs. on the Comp nut. Could someone tell me which is correct?
Also using Red Locktite, and shimming Comp nut!
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Old Dec 17th, 2012, 03:32 AM     #2
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Re: Torque Specs...Unsure on Evo

I do not have the correct book at hand at the moment but 80 lbs is around correct for the clutch and the compensator is 150 - 160 lbs as i remember i will be able to dig the books out later and check for now it is time to go to work

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Thank you very much,Brian.
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1992 service manual specs. Clutch hub = 70-80 ft.lbs. comp. nut = 150-165 ft. lbs.
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1992 service manual specs. Clutch hub = 70-80 ft.lbs. comp. nut = 150-165 ft. lbs.
I managed to find the relevant book and it agrees with Breeze3at

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