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    Brake manual for XJ/XJS etc

    Anyone have a pdf of the jag workshop manual on the baking system please?

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    https://www.sngbarratt.com/uk/#!/English/Downloads

    Here you go!

    You should get enough info there.

    Or if you really want "baking" info contact Mary Berry LOL!
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    Thanks Kev, Interesting stuff if you are looking for parts info but I am looking for torque settings and other assembly related info as I have all the parts, have downloaded the relavant on for the future but could really do with the jag workshop manual section on braking.

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    I've got a Haynes for an XJ40 if that's close enough. I could photo any useful pages and send them via email. Without checking I dont know if they have Torque settings for the brakes though.

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    Brake torque settings etc.
    Hope that helps.

    https://www.dropbox.com/sc/hs2b3g38r..._a6SBIKxX7k1Ja
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    Much appreciated, thanks Colin. Have just ordered a second hand copy of that off Ebay but that will get me started. Also thanks for the offer Mark but its the older stuff I am after.

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    My Haynes covers 1968 -oct 1986 ,Series 1, 2 & 3 .
    I think you was asking for a proper workshop manual to begin with which
    I don't have.
    Let me know if the Haynes is any use ?
    chris.

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    Let me know what you require and I can look it up if your stuck .

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    Only a few torque settings one for front disc and brake caliper. Make sure you wire lock correctly the front brake calipers. Check run out as any little bit of paint on the face can off set the disc. A dial gauge is worth weight in gold to check you bearing float and run out. I have a 0.0001 so 0.1 of a thou precision british dial.
    The Haynes manual covers all your settings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jon1d View Post
    Only a few torque settings one for front disc and brake caliper. Make sure you wire lock correctly the front brake calipers. Check run out as any little bit of paint on the face can off set the disc. A dial gauge is worth weight in gold to check you bearing float and run out. I have a 0.0001 so 0.1 of a thou precision british dial.
    The Haynes manual covers all your settings.
    Disc retaining bolts 35 lbs ft or 48 Nm.
    Caliper retaining bolts front are 55 lbs or 75 Nm.
    Disc thickness for sieries 2 & 3 are 0.95 in or 24.13 MM .
    chris.

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