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  • Wheel Lug Torquing

  • …easy to install a set of aftermarket wheels that are part of a Tire & Wheel Package, but one of the biggest details you'll need to pay attention to: wheel lug torquing. Believe it or not, there's an exact science to it. Proper installation requires that the wheel lug torque be set according to…

  • Proper Lug Nuts or Lug Bolts | Tire Rack

  • …Proper Lug Nuts or Lug Bolts While many aftermarket alloy wheels are designed to use your car's original lug nuts or bolts, others require new hardware. It may be something as critical as differences in the wheel's lug seat design as shown below, or something as simple as shorter lug heads to…

  • Custom Wheel Fitments

  • …precisely positioned as the lug hardware is torqued down. Some wheels are non-hub centric by design. These are known as lug centric wheels. With these wheels it is critical to torque the lug hardware with the vehicle on jack stands, off the ground. This allows the nuts or bolts to center the wheel…

  • Pull Those Stud Cips!

  • …actually wear round indents or recesses in the back of the wheel and the resulting gap also creates a space between the lug nuts and the lug seats on the wheel face. The lug nuts are no longer torqued tight against the wheel! You will soon notice a vibration while you drive the vehicle, especially…

  • Brake Job Part 1: The Set Up

  • …shift unexpectedly. Step 4: Remove Lug Hardware and Wheel/Tire Now the tire and wheel is up in the air and you can remove the lug nuts or bolts. This is pretty straight forward. The Gorilla Power Wrench comes in Handy for this as well. If you have aftermarket alloy wheels, you may see centering…

  • Removal of Stud Clips From American Auto Hubs | Tire Rack

  • …most aftermarket wheels do not have a machined recess on the mounting pad to clear these clips. Mounting wheels on top of these will keep the wheel from sitting flat against the hub surface. If a wheel is mounted down on top of one or more of these it will still be possible to torque the lug nuts to…

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  • How Low Can I Go? | Tire Rack

  • …Finetune performance. Organize the garage. Send a gift. Lots more. * Parts * Brakes * Suspension * Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) * Lug Nuts & Wheel Locks * Lighting * Engine Tuning * Wipers * Exterior Accessories * Batteries & Chargers * Michelin Track Connect * Accessories * Tire…


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