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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-30-2020, 07:09 PM Thread Starter
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Disc ROTOR BOLTS

I want to replace all the disc rotor bolts.... Do you know the bolt size???
schematics dont tell the specs....The bolts holding the discs on....I want to replace all of them..what size please...
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-30-2020, 11:01 PM
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Those are a 6mm shouldered bolt. Most forward superseded number is 90109-06254-00
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I would stick with OEM here, shoulder depth would be important. You can re-use the originals providing you loctite them.
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Historically, these have always been a bear to get out, sometimes making re-use undesirable. To help out, shop around for a butane soldering kit that comes with torch tips. Think of a pencil sized butane torch for more precise heat application to degrade the existing locktight prior to attempted removal. Even if you don't plan on reusing the heat will help make removal a little easier.
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In addition to using heat as Russ suggests, it helps to have a good hex socket and a manual impact driver. The original loctite is good stuff (fortunately or unfortunately), impact or heat or both will help break it free. Use blue loctite to reinstall and it won't be as much of a problem next time. No need to go over the 13 ft. lbs. torque, maybe use an inch-lb wrench instead... 13 x 12 = 156 in-lbs.

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