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Hello all. I posted this under the MAX section and was asked if I could post this for the standard x3's as well. Any input on numbers just let me know and I will update the list. Looking for torque specs and nut sizes for the most commonly used bolts. I searched the forums and found only bits and pieces from other threads. Maybe we could add to this as it goes as the shop manual was expensive at around 120 bucks at my parts dealer. I have included commonly used parts and numbers as well. Please feel free to add as I do not have some of the information. Thanks
FYI attention to FT LBS and IN LBS. I have converted them to help with confusion.

Axle Nut front and rear-- 184 ft lbs +/-11 30mm
Brake caliper nuts--35 ftlbs 15mm
Rear radius arms/plate nut-- 77 ft lbs +/- 11 and 18mm
Rear Sway bar bolts-- 77 ft lbs +/- 11
Rear Sway bar end link nut-- 77 ft lbs +/- 11
Front sway bar links-- 52 ft lbs
Steering tie rod--77 ft lbs
Lower A arm ball joint nut 35 ftlbs +/- 4 ftlbs
Upper A arm ball joint nut 46 ftlbs +/- 6 ftlbs
Shock bolts--77 ft lbs +/- 11 and 18mm
Oil magnetic drain plug--22 ftlbs +/- 2
Oil secondary drain plug--133 lbf IN or (converted 11.08 ftlbs)
Oil filter cover screw-- 89 lbf IN +/-9 or (converted 7.4 ftlbs)
Lug nut--111 ftlbs +/-4 ftlbs
Beadlock nut-- first torque 124 lbf IN +/- 9 or (converted 10.3 ftlbs)
--Second torque 18 ftlbs +/- 1
Gear box oil level filler plug-- 44 lbf IN +/- 5 or (converted 3.6 ftlbs)
Gear box oil level drain plug--22 ftlbs +/- 2ftlb
Front Differential filler plug--17 ftlbs +/- 2 ftlb
Front Differential drain plug--66 lbf IN +/-4 or (converted 5.5 ftlbs)
Front Differential mounting bolts 48 ftlbs +/- 4 ftlbs
Front differential side cover plate bolts 17 ftlbs +/- 3 ftlbs
Front differential ring gear bolts 27 ftlbs +/- 2 ftlbs (use loctite 277 on bolts)
Front driveshaft to differential yoke bolt 23 ftlbs +/- 3 ftlbs (13mm nut/bolt)
Driveshaft center bearing mount bolt 35 ftlbs +/- 4 ftlbs
Spark plugs--97 lbf IN or (converted 8.08 ftlbs)
CVT Cover screws--62 lbf IN or (Converted 5.16 ftlbs)
Primary clutch bolt 89 ftlbs +/- 6 ft lbs 22mm nut
Secondary clutch bolt 52 ftlbs +/- 4 ftlbs 17mm bolt
Seat belt mounting bolts 48 ftlbs +/- 5 ftlbs
Seat frame mounting bolts front 13mm nut/bolt
Seat rear mounting nut 18mm








OEM Part #'s for 2018 DS and possibly others

oil filter# 420956123
oil filter joint torque O ring #420650500
oil filter secondary sealing ring#420950141
oil filter main bolt ring#420552280
Gearbox O ring#420552280
Front Differential O ring#
Air Filter#715900422 (Donaldson)
Fuel Vent Filter#709000330
Drive Belt OEM#422280652
Clutch puller #529000064 (OEM Gold color)
Clutch puller in tool kit #52900088
Clutch locking tool #529036432 (New type slides over primary and secondary)
Clutch Pully adapter(belt tool)#708200720
Spark plugs#715900492 (NGK)
Secondary clutch bolt #420441990 (M10x61) (This is a one time use torque to yield)

Consumables
Gear box oil 75w-140 API GL-5 synthetic
Front Differential oil 75w-90 API GL-5 synthetic
Spark plugs (3) NGK LMAR8C-9 (93833) (Gap .8mm or .031 in)
Oil 5w-40 or 0w-40 synthetic (3.7 qts)
Brake DOT 4

Battery considerations
battery Deka AMG .........YTX20L......... 15.5 lbs 310cca
...........Yuasa AMG.........YTX20HL........15.1 lbs 310cca
...........Yuasa fresh pack YTX20HL-BS ..13.9 lbs 270cca.
...........EarthX Lithium... ETX36D .............4 lbs 320cca
 

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I think that some of your numbers are off. Because I know off the top of my head that the torque specs for the the lug nuts and beadlock bolts are 89 ft lbs and 18ft lbs. You must also remember torque specs of a bolt are based in the diameter, thread pitch, and hardness of the bolt. So all the bolts that are the same Diameter on the car are going to have them same torque rating, since most of the hardware is coarse pitched and is a 10.9 grade. Obviously the speciality bolts wouldn't fall into this category, like oil drain, front and rear diff plugs. You must also remember that there are two different types of torque ratings, Lubricated and non-lubricated. usually the lubricated specs are 25-30% lower than the non-lubricated specs. because there is less friction required to torque something down when it lubricated versus when its not. What many people dont understand about torquing the bolt is that most of the time they have what is called compromised threads meaning you arent going to have an accurate reading because you have contaminated the threads with dirt, oil, grease, or sweat and body oil. so you have to be careful when youre torquing these things down that you have a clean bolt and you know if youre using lubricated or non-lubricated torque specs. I cant tell you how many times I have seen someone tighten a bolt down to spec with loctite and they have over stretched the bolt because they arent using the right torque specs. Just food for thought....
 

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You must also remember torque specs of a bolt are based in the diameter, thread pitch, and hardness of the bolt.
It also depends on what it is going in to, steel, aluminum, plastic, etc. Even the plating on a bolt affects the torque spec.
 

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To all, thanks for all the replies. This is only a cheat sheet for those wanting a quick reference guide to post on a tool box or throw in the glove box. I have received several messages ranging from proper torque methods to making mention that if it is IN Lbs to use a proper Inch torque wrench. Dont get me wrong this is all good info but again this is only a quick reference sheet. All the specs are from Can AM owners manual or the shop manual. Again thanks for the replies and if you want specs added let me know and I can edit the post.
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To all, thanks for all the replies. This is only a cheat sheet for those wanting a quick reference guide to post on a tool box or throw in the glove box. I have received several messages ranging from proper torque methods to making mention that if it is IN Lbs to use a proper Inch torque wrench. Dont get me wrong this is all good info but again this is only a quick reference sheet. All the specs are from Can AM owners manual or the shop manual. Again thanks for the replies and if you want specs added let me know and I can edit the post.
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Says the wheel lug torque spec is 89 ft lbs in my manual. Which one is correct?.

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Hello all. I posted this under the MAX section and was asked if I could post this for the standard x3's as well. Any input on numbers just let me know and I will update the list. Looking for torque specs and nut sizes for the most commonly used bolts. I searched the forums and found only bits and pieces from other threads. Maybe we could add to this as it goes as the shop manual was expensive at around 120 bucks at my parts dealer. I have included commonly used parts and numbers as well. Please feel free to add as I do not have some of the information. Thanks
FYI attention to FT LBS and IN LBS. I have converted them to help with confusion.

Axle Nut front and rear-- 184 ft lbs +/-11 30mm
Brake caliper nuts--35 ftlbs 15mm
Rear radius arms/plate nut-- 77 ft lbs +/- 11 and 18mm
Sway bar bolts-- 77 ft lbs +/- 11
Sway bar end link nut-- 77 ft lbs +/- 11
Shock bolts--77 ft lbs +/- 11 and 18mm
Oil magnetic drain plug--22 ftlbs +/- 2
Oil secondary drain plug--133 lbf IN or (converted 11.08 ftlbs)
Oil filter cover screw-- 89 lbf IN +/-9 or (converted 7.4 ftlbs)
Lug nut--111 ftlbs +/-4 ftlbs
Beadlock nut-- first torque 124 lbf IN +/- 9 or (converted 10.3 ftlbs)
--Second torque 18 ftlbs +/- 1
Gear box oil level filler plug-- 44 lbf IN +/- 5 or (converted 3.6 ftlbs)
Gear box oil level drain plug--22 ftlbs +/- 2ftlb
Front Differential filler plug--17 ftlbs +/- 2 ftlb
Front Differential drain plug--66 lbf IN +/-4 or (converted 5.5 ftlbs)
Spark plugs--97 lbf IN or (converted 8.08 ftlbs)
CVT Cover screws--62 lbf IN or (Converted 5.16 ftlbs)
Primary clutch bolt 89 ftlbs +/- 6 ft lbs 22mm nut
Secondary clutch bolt 52 ftlbs +/- 4 ftlbs 17mm bolt




OEM Part #'s for 2018 DS and possibly others

oil filter# 420956123
oil filter joint torque O ring #420650500
oil filter secondary sealing ring#420950141
oil filter main bolt ring#420552280
Gearbox O ring#420552280
Front Differential O ring#
Air Filter#715900422 (Donaldson)
Fuel Vent Filter#709000330
Drive Belt OEM#422280652
Clutch puller #529000064 (OEM Gold color)
Clutch puller in tool kit #52900088
Clutch locking tool #529036432 (New type slides over primary and secondary)
Clutch Pully adapter(belt tool)#708200720
Spark plugs#715900492 (NGK)
Secondary clutch bolt #420441990 (M10x61) (This is a one time use torque to yield)

Consumables
Gear box oil 75w-140 API GL-5 synthetic
Front Differential oil 75w-90 API GL-5 synthetic
Spark plugs (3) NGK LMAR8C-9 (93833) (Gap .8mm or .031 in)
Oil 5w-40 or 0w-40 synthetic (3.7 qts)
Brake DOT 4

Anyone know the Front Differential O ring#?? It's missing from the detailed list. Thanks!
 

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Anyone know the Front Differential O ring#?? It's missing from the detailed list. Thanks!
The ring gear bolts are 27ft/lb with loctite
The diff housing bolts that hold the halves together are 17ft/lb
The diff retaining bolts that come up through the frame are 48ft/lb
 

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The ring gear bolts are 27ft/lb with loctite
The diff housing bolts that hold the halves together are 17ft/lb
The diff retaining bolts that come up through the frame are 48ft/lb
Thank you for the info but I still need the part number for the front diff o-ring which was missing from the original list.

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Thank you for the info but I still need the part number for the front diff o-ring which was missing from the original list.

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For which diff? The visco lok in the 17 is 705501881. 7 bucks at RockyMountain. They have all the parts diagrams. Smart lock and others may be different.

 
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