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ThingFish 09-10-2019 06:09 PM

What size torque wrench for pulley nut?
 
Want to buy a torque wrench for checking my front pulley nut every now and again. What size torque wrench do I need and what socket. Sorry I know absolutely nothing about torque wrenches.
Thanks

scawein 09-11-2019 09:17 AM

There are quite a few offerings. You would want a 1/2" drive.
Here's the best one (in my mind....lol)
TDI Brand (Actually Snap On)
https://www.snaponindustrialbrands.c...CAT4%20111.pdf

Craftsman 1/2" drive
https://www.sears.com/craftsman-micr...1&blockType=G1

I am not sure of the nut size but it is metric (I think 27 or 37mm, someone will tell us)

ThingFish 09-11-2019 12:04 PM

Thanks :)
 
Thanks Scawein...and I think it is a 30mm nut

evilrider 09-11-2019 07:27 PM

your front pulley nut should have a lock washer. if its on there the nut shouldn't need to be torqued again. what year is the bike?

ThingFish 09-12-2019 03:29 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by evilrider (Post 3868268)
your front pulley nut should have a lock washer. if its on there the nut shouldn't need to be torqued again. what year is the bike?

Hi Evil...yeah I am not planning on retorqueing unless I notice the dimples on the nut have moved. Right now all is fine and nice and tight and I hope it stays that way. It's a 2006 model with 20,000 kilometers (12,000 miles) on the clock. I am the 3 rd owner and have only done 1,500 kilometer so far.

arizonawarrior 09-12-2019 04:13 AM

Some specs are hard-wired into the old Popular Mods thread are remain available. This particular section needs updating but that thread is no longer managed.

Making it confusing, early bikes have a different nut size and torque versus later bikes. Yamaha messed-up the service manuals. Plus, subsequent to the Popular Mods entry, it was found that 110 pounds was best for early bikes. And later bikes too.

Helpful info mostly regarding early bikes:
http://www.rswarriordocs.com/manuals.html

UNRELATED TO THIS THREAD in the url above inside the old service manual notes document the Bosch 3323 oil filter was redesigned and the newest version does not seal well on the Warrior.

Back to this topic:
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Drive Pulley: (see also 'Final Drive') (see also 'Belt')
Drive Pulley - Front: (see also 'fasteners')
Drive Pulley - Front - 2002-2010 OEM: 5PX-17651-00-00 (32-tooth steel pulley)
Drive Pulley - Front - 2002-2005: Special Nut with Tabbed Washer (use 36mm wrench, 125 Ft/Lbs).(added: 110 Ft/Lbs is best)
Drive Pulley - Front - 2006-2010: Dimpled-Locknut with Conical Washer (use 30mm wrench, 100Ft/Lbs).(Added: Many find 110Ft/Lbs is best)
Drive Pulley - Front - 2006-2010: Dimpled-Locknut's back mating surface is 22.37mm ID, 29.84mm OD.
Drive Pulley - Front - 2006-2010: Conical washer is directional, 22.35mm ID, 35mm OD, 4mm thick.
Drive Pulley - Front - 2002-2006 - Slider: (white keeper-rollers): 2 each Part# 4WM-17653-00-00
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