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You need some tork sets here and there...also invest in good torque wrench, that Austrian allu can't take a pounding.
 

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Front spindle nut 45 nm
Brake calipers 45 nm
fork base 20 nm
rear 90 Nm
torx 45/40/35
you might have to remove the front mudgard and or axl sliders
rear socket is 27 or 32
do not forget to align forklegs, test brakes and check for chain tension after swapping wheels.
 

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Front spindle nut 45 nm
Brake calipers 45 nm
fork base 20 nm
rear 90 Nm
torx 45/40/35
you might have to remove the front mudgard and or axl sliders
rear socket is 27 or 32
do not forget to align forklegs, test brakes and check for chain tension after swapping wheels.
Cheers fella
 

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oh and be aware of the speed sensor that is located at the front. It can take some bashing but why would you damage it ?

And please put the front axl in while grabbing the other wheel. You wouldn't be the first one to have one of the forklegs collapse. The axl should slide in and out on manual power dead easy. Any hammertime is wrong.
 
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