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11-08-2009, 09:10 AM
2005 Grizzly 660 service manual?

Hi anyone know where I could get the service manual for the grizzly 660 online, or does anyone know the torque specs for the axle nut on the 05 Grizzly 660?
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Just did a quick check in the service manual. A new unit should have a torque of 12-18 ft-lbs. They list the minimum for an older unit as 7.2 ft-lbs. They do say to check the torque when taking them off.
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Just did a quick check in the service manual. A new unit should have a torque of 12-18 ft-lbs. They list the minimum for an older unit as 7.2 ft-lbs. They do say to check the torque when taking them off.

I think ya got the wrong part, i remember torquing mine to 100+ftlbs






I will upload my 660 manual, i will PM ya it when its done.
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Sorry, did get the wrong excerpt. Here is the following out of the service manual 145 ft-lbs.


INSTALLING THE FRONT WHEEL HUB
1.Install:
Axle nut

Cotter pin 1

NOTE:
Do not apply oil to the seat of the nut.

Do not loosen the axle nut after torquing it. If
the axle nut groove is not aligned with the
cotter pin hole, align the groove with the hole
by tightening the axle nut.

TR. .
200 Nm (20.0 m • kg, 145 ft • lb)

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I think ya got the wrong part, i remember torquing mine to 100+ftlbs






I will upload my 660 manual, i will PM ya it when its done.
Rob, any chance I can get a copy of your manual...got a transfer case seal that needs to be replaced!
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