It's only an m10 stud. Any more than about 45 lb-ft is stretching that stud. It will end up snapping like the ones on the can-am outlander. They issued a correction to 45 lb-ft after they stated 80 something in the manual cbd guys were snapping them on simple trsil ridesLots of guys go tighter than that, but 40 should be good, just check them in a few hours. I also assume this is a Kodiak! If you use an impact, stop at the first click, in order to not get them too tight.
That's interesting, my repair manual shows just 40 lb-ft and I then looked at the Kodiak Owners Manual and it also said 40 lb-ftAs per 700 kodiak owners manual. 41 lb-ft
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Yes even 40 would be fine, 1 lb-ft won't make enough of a difference. Just not over 45 lb-ft. Should be safe.That's interesting, my repair manual shows just 40 lb-ft and I then looked at the Kodiak Owners Manual and it also said 40 lb-ft
I agree that you have to be careful if you are using a air tool and not to hammer on it like a tire monkey at a shop does. Also just as a FYI most of the maintenanc torque specs can be found in the owners manual