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I have recently changed my pads, rotors, and brake lines. I was wondering what kind of torque wrench u guys use when torquing the bolts that mount caliper onto the caliper bracket. I have one but I don't have enough clearance.
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If your really wanna use a torque wrench i would recommend an in/lb 3/8 drive torque wrench. I never torque to spec caliper slide pin bolts at work tho, just nice and snug is good enough. You should have enough clearance though if you turn the wheel in the right position and so on for the other side if its the front
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