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mechanic tight,on the front is says 37 ftlbs and bracket 101 ftlbs but I can tell you no automobile tech dealer or not uses a torque wrench on brakes unless he is a rookie ,for the CV axle nut yes but here's a PDF of all the torque specs for a 2017 just noticed it says to replace the rear bracket bolts not to reuse them,I bet none of them get replaced and never a problem,the bolts usually outlast the car
 

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Thanks, great document. I found I couldn't get the torque wrench in behind the rear calipers, so it was just a matter of making those bolts really tight. I did get the Ryobi half inch impact wrench and it had no problem breaking free all the caliper bolts.
 
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