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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 08-20-2018, 03:16 PM Thread Starter
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2005 Rubicon LJ brake torque settings

Does anyone out there know the brake torque settings for a 2005 Rubicon LJ?

I think the caliper adapter mounting bolts are 132 in. lbs. front and 220 in. lbs. rear.

What are the caliper adapter bolts torque settings for the bolt that mounts the entire caliper system to the axle for front and rear???

Please help!! Thanks for your speed reply too!!! Mike
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Does anyone out there know the brake torque settings for a 2005 Rubicon LJ?

I think the caliper adapter mounting bolts are 132 in. lbs. front and 220 in. lbs. rear.

What are the caliper adapter bolts torque settings for the bolt that mounts the entire caliper system to the axle for front and rear???

Please help!! Thanks for your speed reply too!!! Mike
85ft/lbs is what I found in the 04 service manual for the rear I would assume the fronts are similar...though I couldn't find a specific listing on the torque pages- hidden I the written instructions.

If you know the size of the bolt you can google that for a guide
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Are you referring to the rear support plate and front knuckle?
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