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bentley-boy
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Torque Settings

Post by bentley-boy » Wed 03 Dec, 2014 17:40

Hi all, Can anyone furnish me with torque tightening settings for the following items on the front suspension on a 2002 Z3 1.9 M43 engined model fitted with Mtech sports suspension:
Hub nuts, Brake caliper carrier bolts, brake caliper slide pins, suspension strut bottom and top mounts and the balljoint inner and outer nuts. Thanks.
Regards BB

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colb
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Re: Torque Settings

Post by colb » Wed 03 Dec, 2014 20:43

http://www.torkspec.com/torkspecmm.aspx?KI=46

Listing at above link for Z3 might have what your looking for.

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Pierrick
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Re: Torque Settings

Post by Pierrick » Thu 04 Dec, 2014 00:00

This should cover all your needs.
Torques found in the Bentley BMW Z3 service manual.

Brake caliper to strut housing = 110Nm
road wheel to hub = 120Nm
Stabiliser bar link to strut = 59 Nm
Steering arm to strut housing = 107 Nm
Strut assembly to strut tower = 22 Nm
control arm ball joint to sub frame = 85 Nm
control arm bushing carrier to body = 47 Nm
control arm ball joint to steering arm = 62 Nm
steering arm to strut housing = 59 Nm
stabiliser bar link to control arm = 59 Nm

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Re: Torque Settings

Post by bentley-boy » Thu 04 Dec, 2014 23:32

Brill, thanks for that chaps, just what I needed to know. The Forum comes up trumps again!! :)

Regards BB

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