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Plan on knocking out the greasing for the wheel bearing this weekend.

I was informed that the torque specs are:
Hub nut 184
Caliper bolts 37
Lug nuts 89

These numbers seems right. 184 for the hub seems like alot.

Machine is a 2021 Can Am Maverick X3 MAX RS Turbo RR Smart Shox
 

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Plan on knocking out the greasing for the wheel bearing this weekend.

I was informed that the torque specs are:
Hub nut 184
Caliper bolts 37
Lug nuts 89

These numbers seems right. 184 for the hub seems like alot.

Machine is a 2021 Can Am Maverick X3 MAX RS Turbo RR Smart Shox
180 is what the axle nut is supposed to be, as I recall - that’s what mine gets. 80 on the lug nuts, but I’m bad with remembering numbers…so I HAVE to round off…


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Also you have to line up the cotter pin hole to the castle nut so it's get close to the number and align the holes...
Yeah I have a feeling this is going to be a joy. Have to break out the old hockey stick to hold the break paddle as well I suppose lol
 

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Buy an online shop manual asap so you will know the torque numbers and understand your vehicle. The majority of us have them . Some people go up to 200 lbs on the axle nut.
 

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I just use an impact gun and get the cotter pin in.
Ummmmm what ??? I use my fingers or a little hammer to tappy tap it in, after the proper torque is applied
 

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Plan on knocking out the greasing for the wheel bearing this weekend.

I was informed that the torque specs are:
Hub nut 184
Caliper bolts 37
Lug nuts 89

These numbers seems right. 184 for the hub seems like alot.

Machine is a 2021 Can Am Maverick X3 MAX RS Turbo RR Smart Shox
There is a thread on here with all the torque specs

 
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Ummmmm what ??? I use my fingers or a little hammer to tappy tap it in, after the proper torque is applied
I just run it down with an impact gun and put the cotter pin through lol. I really shouldn’t be on here when I’m half awake
 
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