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TW200 torque values (well, most of them anyway)

LT’s previous thread seems to have dropped some information, so this subject needs revisiting. All the posts by me below are directly from the mothership, and scavenged from the various factory manuals. So if it looks like a screen shot, it’s from Yamaha

Simply right click on an image, select “open in new tab”, and you should get a bigger picture where available

However, it has been noted that Yamaha gets it wrong sometimes – to quote from LT’s original thread:
“CAUTION!! VERY IMPORTANT!! Please note that it has been discovered that the torque values here in the shop manual for the Oil Filter Cover are wrong. Many members have snapped off the bolt using the 7.2 ft.lb reference. USE the same values as the screws.USE 5.1 ft.lbs (61 inch.lbs) for the bolt as well as the screws!!”

So proceed with caution, and at your own risk. We cannot accept any responsibility for the information posted on this thread, all we’re doing here is quoting the manual, and putting all the information in one place

We have tried to group this information by location on the bike – front end, rear, top end, bottom end etc, to make it easier to find the part of the bike you’re working on, but in some cases it’s lumped together in the same table

It is by no means comprehensive, and has been taken from three different manuals, so expect a few duplications. By and large, the TW is pretty much the same during the years of production, so the torque values will be the same from each manual. If I tried to be more specific, my brain would fall out

At some point, even Yamaha figured this out, as the following screen grab shows

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Treat this as a work in progress, and if you have any requests we’ll try to help. The manuals this information was taken from can be found here - https://www.tw200forum.com/threads/service-and-repair-manuals.70/
 

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As said earlier, apologies for any duplications or for mixing parts of the bike together, this is how it comes in the manuals ....
 

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As said earlier, apologies for any duplications or for mixing parts of the bike together, this is how it comes in the manuals ....
Thanks Admiral, this is nice of you!
 
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