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    Slip Moment

    can someone please tell me what the best slip moment to set my 06 RXT s/c to in inch/pounds. It is stock and has new Riva washers. Thanks! I just bought the best torque wrench that Craftsmen makes, reads from 25 to 250 inch/pounds.


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    90 inch LBS..

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    If it new, 7-12 Nm or 62-106 lb.in

    If broke in, 5-10 Nm or 44-88 lb.in

    Make sure the torque on the nuts is in spec.

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    In case you need to ask, 30Nm/22 lbf.ft on the nut, plus don't forget the 243 loctite on the wheel side nut.

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    Thanks guys, do I need to loctite the washer side nut? If so red or blue ?

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    Use red locktite on gear side or wheel side of SC

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    good info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue Thunder View Post
    good info.
    How i measure the Slip Moment and what the tool i need it ( from where ? )


    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by red fox View Post
    How i measure the Slip Moment and what the tool i need it ( from where ? )


    Thanks
    I said good info because I didnt know the slips torque value dude.

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    - you can not "set" the slipmoment on a stock SC shaft, you can only check the slip moment !

    - if you dont have more then 9-10 NM, you have to replace clutch washer gear 16 and /or springwashers , you can check the service book for teh specs on teh gear 16 and spring washers

    - you can have the slipmoment as high as max 27 NM, more will result in a snap`d shaft.

    - you can use 0.2 mm shims to increase your slipmoment , dont use more then max 2 shims. teh shimms should be places in the following order between the spring washer )|()|()

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