You may just be right...I looked and didn't notice the phrase "factory spec quality manual". Dang, I hate getting duped and supporting these shysters. I just saw the slick looking paper in vibrant color and assumed it was the real deal...It's good the link didn't come up. It's a pirate site. If it's the one I'm thinking of, the black plastic connector along the spine is evident. Genuine factory service manuals are book bound with glued ends and are never under $80 new. $90 or so is typical.
I started to torque the rear sprocket nuts and quickly realized that the 43 ft. lbs. listed in the manual was a problem. I found that 36 is the most they'll take and you've confirmed it. Thanks.The rear axle nut spec is 72.5lb-ft.
The rear sprocket nut spec is 43.5lb-ft.
Both are the same as earlier models and both have caused problems. Apply anti seize to the axle threads and torque to 58lb-ft to account for the lubrication effect of the anti seize or risk galling. Use 36lb-ft on the rear sprocket nut or risk breaking studs.
Otherwise, the values are generally the same as the old DL1000 at How much torque should I use on the bolts?