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Body Mount Nuts, Torque?

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03 Oct 2019 21:05 #214273 by Soeley
Does anyone know what the nuts should be torqued up to for the body mounts. I'm hoping to be fitting the Rocksliders this weekend and want to make sure I do them up correctly. I presume the torque will be the same for Gen4 as it was for Gen3? I had a look in the Wiki, but couldn't find it.

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03 Oct 2019 21:14 #214274 by Gadget
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60Nm according to this online service manual that someone linked on an Aus FB group. Real shame that the images don't seem to work on it.

Body,Cab and Accessories
- Body Structure
-- Specifications

suzukinet.com.au/website/Automotive/Docu.../AENJW60A/index.html
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03 Oct 2019 21:35 #214275 by Soeley
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Gadget, thanks for that, great help. I had hoped the Jimnybits instructions would have mentioned the torque setting. For futuer reference is your link for Gen3 or 4?

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04 Oct 2019 07:45 #214286 by Gadget
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04 Oct 2019 08:49 #214287 by CC Baxter
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Nice find on the sevice manual pages, I'm guessing you need a dealer ID to get the pictures. Now if anyone can find a wiring diagram....
Chris

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18 Jul 2020 12:41 - 18 Jul 2020 12:58 #225274 by Willie
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I had a question as I'm a complete novice, machanically, can you just remove the cab mounting bolt without bracing anything. I'm to scared to undo the nut because I don't know what will happen. I need to remove them to fit rock sliders and didn't realise you had to undo those bolts
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18 Jul 2020 15:05 #225279 by Lambert
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Yes you are fine. Everyone has to start somewhere!

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