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Old 02-07-2010, 02:07 PM
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Agreed. If only DNA gave any specs, or instructions for that matter. I would like to order parts for my DNA springer but cannot find out how or where?
Yes...It is a little obscure.

Here it is: www.trydna.com

Website is weird too. I think is was all designed as PDF pages but has links. Pages look poor quality, so it is Windows or PDF's Not Dreamweaver thats for sure.

Wait ....hold on... The source code says it was designed in "SITEBUILDER 2.3.1????/" Never heard of it.
Some kind of 3rd party software.

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I was wondering if anyone here could give me what they used as for as torque setting for the DNA axle bolts? Once tight what do I expect to see/feel on the spacers on the right side. Should they move freely or be super tight once torqued?

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I was wondering if anyone here could give me what they used as for as torque setting for the DNA axle bolts? Once tight what do I expect to see/feel on the spacers on the right side. Should they move freely or be super tight once torqued?

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When you have all of the washers installed there should be no space- No gap.
When you tighten the nut on the axle make sure an equal amount of threads stick out of each side . The washers should be tight when the axle nuts are tight.

The disk brake caliper bracket should be slightly movable.

Make sure to put blue Locktight on the threads of the axle nut.

Tighten a reasonable amount. Don't go crazy, just tighten.

Never use a torque wrench to loosen a nut. Only to tighten.

The wheel and tire should be centered between the forks.

Forget "Super tight"

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it will definitely come loose. luckily i got it slowed down and to the grass before i laid it down. gonna use some kind of locking device for the next go around.
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