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Hi Guys, ive just replace my 2 sprockets and chain for Renthals, and tsubaki. All is well apart from the front sprocket nut, has any found the torque setting really high 125nm? Would a small dab of lock tight be a good idea also, and does antone know if you can get a factory socket which fits the nut perfect, as the nut peeks it seems you can use 2 size sockets, i've been using 27mm (memory serves me correct). Hope you guys can help. Thanks, all the best.
 

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Well according to my shop manual, that torque spec is correct. You should put some molybdeuum disulfide oil on the threads of the out put shaft as well as the seating surface of the engine sprocket. Don't forget to bend over a side of the large washer behind the nut(keep's it from moving). Hope this help's you out.:thumbup
 

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Would a good thin smear of grease work just as well on the output shaft and its parts? What would the UK version of 'Molybdenum Disulfide' be? Seen it on ebay, but all American sellers. Cheers.
 
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