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Does any one know the correct torque value for the brake caliper bolts on a 2500 HD. I assume the front and back will be the same. I remember some where I read they need to be lubed once in a while.
 

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Brake Caliper Mounting Bolt Front </TD>
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108 N·m</TD>
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80 lb ft</TD></TR>
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Brake Caliper Mounting Bolt Rear - 15 series</TD>
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42 N·m</TD>
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31 lb ft</TD></TR>
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Brake Caliper Mounting Bolt Rear - 25/35 series</TD>
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108 N·m</TD>
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80 lb ft</TD></TR>
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Caliper Bleed Screw</TD>
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12 N·m</TD>
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106 lb in</TD></TR>
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Caliper Mounting Bracket Bolt Rear -- JC5/JH5</TD>
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200 N·m</TD>
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148 lb ft</TD></TR>
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Caliper Mounting Bracket Bolt Rear -- JH6</TD>
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165 N·m</TD>
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122 lb ft</TD></TR>
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Caliper Mounting Bracket Bolt Rear -- JH7</TD>
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300 N·m</TD>
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221 lb ft</TD></TR>
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200 N·m</TD>
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148 lb ft</TD></TR>
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Caliper Mounting Bracket to Knuckle, Front - 15 series</TD>
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175 N·m</TD>
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129 lb ft</TD></TR>
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Caliper Mounting Bracket to Knuckle, Front - 25/35 series</TD>
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300 N·m</TD>
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221 lb ft</TD></TR></T></T></T></TABLE>





The slides should be lubed when changing the pads. A packet of silicone lube usually comes with new pads.Edited by: GMCSID
 

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I think there is a misprint in the bleed screw torque. Should be lb in?





BobEdited by: Tinbender
 

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Thanks for the info, Mike-
 

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Tinbender said:
I think there is a misprint in the bleed screww torque. Should be lb in?





Bob

I thought that sounded wrong so I looked up the specs for 00, 01, 03 and 04 and none of them have the spec for the bleed screw, only the 02. I would disregard that spec and use your own judgement.


EDIT:You are right, I changed it to LB IN.Edited by: GMCSID
 
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