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Old 05-13-11, 06:30 AM   #1
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Can anyone please tell me the Torque specs for the caliper bracket bolts(front and rear caliper brackets) a pdf will be great,Thanks!!!
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It's for 2008 ES350..Thanks again!
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Here are the factory specs for both.
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File Type: pdf Rear.pdf (48.0 KB, 657 views)
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lamikela1...Thank You So Much!!!
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lamikela1...I need The Caliper Bracket/Torque Member Bolts spec's
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Can anyone help??? Thanks!
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all brake component bolts at 25ft lbs of torque, it's basically hand tight......
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Nobody knows what a caliper Bracket is?The two bigger bolts that you need to take off when you need to replace the rotors,They need to be more/way more then 25ft lbs.
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Nobody knows what a caliper Bracket is?The two bigger bolts that you need to take off when you need to replace the rotors,They need to be more/way more then 25ft lbs.
yes i know what it is, it should be hand tight. but if you really want the torque spec, i'll get it to you by monday
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the.wong.k..That Will be Great...Thanks!
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OK, I think this is what you need.
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OK, I think this is what you need.
looks like he got it
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YES.lamikela1..Thanks Guys...Greatly Appreciated!!!

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OK, I think this is what you need.
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Can anyone please tell me the Torque specs for the caliper bracket bolts (front and rear caliper brackets) a pdf will be great, Thanks!!!
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