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John-H said:
Just post up which torque figures you're after :)
Thanks John! :)

Torque figures are for suspension components on a late 2005 FWD TT 187PS:

Front suspension strut piston rod nut
Anti-roll bar connecting link to strut
Hub clamp bolt around strut
Rear damper bottom mounting bolt
Rear damper top mounting plate bolts
Rear damper piston rod nut

Thanks in advance.

Alan W
 

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Hi Alan, In the order that you posted.

44ft/lbs
66ft/lbs
44ft/lbs
22ft/lbs + qtr turn
30ft/lbs + qtr turn
18ft/lbs

Someone will be along if I'm wrong.
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Harold said:
Hi Alan, In the order that you posted.

44ft/lbs
66ft/lbs
44ft/lbs
22ft/lbs + qtr turn
30ft/lbs + qtr turn
18ft/lbs

Someone will be along if I'm wrong.
Hoggy
Thanks Hoggy! :)

Are you sure the anti-roll bar connecting link nut where it attaches to the strut is 66ft.lbs? It just seems a bit high to me for the diameter of thread. :eek:

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Alan W said:
John-H said:
Just post up which torque figures you're after :)
Thanks John! :)

Torque figures are for suspension components on a late 2005 FWD TT 187PS:

Front suspension strut piston rod nut - 60Nm (New nuts)
Anti-roll bar connecting link to strut - 90Nm (New nuts)
Hub clamp bolt around strut - 60Nm + 90 degrees (new bolts)
Rear damper bottom mounting bolt - 40Nm + 90 degrees (New bolts)
Rear damper top mounting plate bolts - 30Nm + 90 degrees (use new bolts)
Rear damper piston rod nut - 25Nm (replace)

Thanks in advance.

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Thanks John! :)

Looks like your anti-roll bar link torque confirms the one given by Hoggy although there's a difference of opinion on the rear damper top and bottom mounting bolt torques! :wink:

I wonder who's correct! :lol:

Many thanks guys!

Alan W

P.S. All new mounting bolts and nuts sourced John. If a job's worth doing......... :wink:
 

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Hi Alan confirm John is correct.

Top 30Nm 22ft/lbs
bottom 40Nm 30ft/lbs

Had it wrong way round.
Hoggy
 
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