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post #1 of 6 Old 10-26-2006, 04:37 PM Thread Starter
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Does anyone know the torque spec for the three clutch cover hex head bolts on a 06 919? Need to replace cover after a dump. Thanks.

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I am looking through the service manual, and it doesn't even show taking the clutch cover off the right crankcase cover or torque values for installing the right crankcase cover. I say make sure they are good and tight. That is what I did when I replaced my alternator cover. Haven't had any problems.

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Does anyone know the torque spec for the three clutch cover hex head bolts on a 06 919? Need to replace cover after a dump. Thanks.
I too can't find a specific torque for these bolts.. but the service manual says this for each size crankcase bolts:

10mm - 29 lbf-ft
8mm - 17
6mm - 9

not sure what "lbf" is...

Oh.. those are 6mm if I remember right.

BTW.. if the scratches are not too deep.. you can sand the scratches right out of the cover or fill them.. and then repaint.

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Guess I didn't look close enough.

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Since the clutch cover isn't a critical engine part, I wouldn't sweat getting them to the exact torque spec. That's probably why they aren't specified in the manual. Just get them a touch past snug and that should be fine. Like Dadogs, when I replaced my alternator cover on the left side that's how I tightened the bolts holding it on. Just a touch past snug. No leaks and certainly not over tight.

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Great

Ok thanks for the advice. I was just a little concerned about crushing the rubber gasket between the clutch cover and clutch housing. Good n tight it is.

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