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    CLUTCH COVER TORQUE SPECS

    Hey all.

    I purchases a 99 TLS last year, and over the winter I have been cleaning it up, the last thing I have to do is replace the clutch cover. I just picked up the new part at lunchtime, what i need to know is , does anyone have the tightening torque for the bolts around this cover.

    Any help would be appreciated.

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    Pygmy looking for a new name gixxerjasen's Avatar
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    Service manual says for the TLR they are 11N.m, 1.1 kg-m or 8lb-ft

    Should be the same for the TLS, same plastic cover and such.

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    1 foot pound.....cant i do that by hand....lol...

    when i was at the shop where i picked it up, the guy guessed 6-8lbs..

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    damn damn damn....that's not right. Typo....let me pull it up again.

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    A Kourier has to establish space on the pavement. Predictable law-abiding behaviour lulls drivers. They mentally assign you to a little box in the lane, assume you will stay there, can't handle it when you leave that little box.

    Y.T. is not fond of boxes. Y.T. establishes her space on the pavement by zagging mightily from lane to lane, establishing a precedent of scary randomness. Keeps people on their toes, makes them react to her, instead of the other way round.

    - Neal Stephenson

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    Damn....that's 8lb-ft as in eight.....yea. That's right.

    I had a typo, backspaced too far and was looking at the kg-m when I retyped it originally. Fixing above so no one else sees it!

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    A Kourier has to establish space on the pavement. Predictable law-abiding behaviour lulls drivers. They mentally assign you to a little box in the lane, assume you will stay there, can't handle it when you leave that little box.

    Y.T. is not fond of boxes. Y.T. establishes her space on the pavement by zagging mightily from lane to lane, establishing a precedent of scary randomness. Keeps people on their toes, makes them react to her, instead of the other way round.

    - Neal Stephenson

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    no worries, i appreciate the help.....and judging by the bashing you will get from other board members for your mistakes, you better fix it quick....lol..


    thanks again

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