I am going to remove and re-install the crank arm on my Record UT equipped bike.
The torquing specs listed by Campy for the fixing bolt (the bolt that goes inside the axle and connects the DS and NDS crank arms) read as follows:
"Tighten with a torque of 42 Nm ./. 60 Nm (372 in.lbs ./. 531 in.lbs)"
I am used to seeing torque specs given as a single value. For instance the torque specs for the cassette lock ring are simply given as 42Nm.
What does it mean when Campy uses the division sign between the two torque values? Is that a range of 42 to 60 Nm? Or is something else going on here.
Thank you in advance for your help.