need help identifying some parts from the torque spec. table

discussion about the 750 Sport and '89/'90 900SS, which share many mechanicals with the Paso series
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need help identifying some parts from the torque spec. table

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Does anybody know what these parts listed in the workshop manuals' torque overview are and where they are?

750S:
- oil pump duct cap 10x1,5
- fork nut 20x1

900SS:
- oil delivery union 22x1,5
- oil suction union 30x1,5
- fork nut 20x1

'Fork' means swingarm, but I can't see a nut that size on it.

If someone with a 906 or 907IE reads this post, I have the same question regarding:

- water pipe delivery pipe fitting 22x1,5
- pater pipe suction fitting 30x1,5

G.
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paso750 wrote: If someone with a 906 or 907IE reads this post, I have the same question regarding:

- water pipe delivery pipe fitting 22x1,5
- pater pipe suction fitting 30x1,5

G.
I've already discussed this with Gerhard. This is my thoughts, although the pipe in the water pump cover isn't usually removed as it comes with the cover.

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