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  • Do It Yourself!

  • …less, even under load. Set the jack stands using the safety pins and you can have your winter set on in no time! But don't forget the torque wrench! Make sure those wheels are on tight with an adjustable torque wrench that can accurately measure up to 150 ft/lbs. of torque. Stop making multiple trips…

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  • Got Torque?

  • Well, the correct torque anyway. Most people are unaware that when putting on your wheels, you need to make sure you are torquing them down to the correct foot pounds of torque. This is true if the wheels are your original equipment wheels or a brand new set of aftermarket wheels and tires you just…

  • FAQ - WHEELS

  • …No Thank you for submitting feedback on this answer. What is the proper torque for wheel installation? Proper installation requires that the wheel lug torque be set to the recommended specification for your vehicle. These torque specifications can be found in your vehicle's owner's manual, shop repair…

  • More Power!

  • …for you, too! Many of their programs will provide an increase of as much as 100 hp and 100 ft. lbs. of torque. All of the Hypertech systems allow for the ECU to be flashed back to stock settings and will not void factory warranties on the vehicle. Made and engineered in the USA, this is a product that…

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  • Winter Tech - Winter Maintenance Tips

  • …driveline torque pulls forward on the tires of the driven axle. The toe settings have been selected to compensate for the slight suspension movement allowed by the rubber bushings. The toe settings that should be used with winter tires are also the vehicle manufacturers' preferred setting. As with most…

  • Winter Tech - Winter Maintenance Tips

  • …driveline torque pulls forward on the tires of the driven axle. The toe settings have been selected to compensate for the slight suspension movement allowed by the rubber bushings. The toe settings that should be used with winter tires are also the vehicle manufacturers' preferred setting. As with most…




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