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      04-10-2014, 01:12 PM   #1
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F32 Suspension Torque Values

I came Across the official BMW service manual and here are the torque values for those performing Spring Replacement DIY and want to fasten the bolts back to factory specs.

I am attaching the actual PDFs for torque values. There are a few separate documents, so you would need to look in all of them for the front and the rear, but all have at least one component/fastener that is relevant.
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File Type: pdf Torque 31 31 1AZ.pdf (24.6 KB, 1648 views)
File Type: pdf Torque 32 21 1AZ.pdf (22.8 KB, 1314 views)
File Type: pdf Torque 34 11 1AZ.pdf (24.2 KB, 1269 views)
File Type: pdf Torque 51 61 1AZ.pdf (25.7 KB, 1241 views)
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File Type: pdf Torque 37 14 1AZ.pdf (23.9 KB, 1235 views)
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Awesome! good find!
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Fantastic information! This should get stickied
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I came Across the official BMW service manual and here are the torque values for those performing Spring Replacement DIY and want to fasten the bolts back to factory specs.

I am attaching the actual PDFs for torque values. There are a few separate documents, so you would need to look in all of them for the front and the rear, but all have at least one component/fastener that is relevant.
.... do you want to come across the entire official BMW service manual next time and share?
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      10-07-2014, 07:07 AM   #5
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Question guys, for the M10 thread there are two, one in spring strut and one in shock absorber.. I really don't know which torque is right, anyway It's for the bolts that I will use to install a front strut so does it belong to spring strut or shock absorber ?!

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This needs to be a sticky!
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wish it had photo ref..
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Question guys, for the M10 thread there are two, one in spring strut and one in shock absorber.. I really don't know which torque is right, anyway It's for the bolts that I will use to install a front strut so does it belong to spring strut or shock absorber ?!
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