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  • Wheel Lug Torquing

  • …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 your vehicle's recommended specifications, so grab your owner's manuals. You should be able to find torquing details within. And as your…

  • Stay safe this holiday travel season

  • …drive. Check out our PIAA and Valeo wiper selection and PIAA lighting for your vision needs.* Make sure your wheels are properly torqued. The correct lug nut torque should be listed in your owners manual Double checking these few things can help your trip go a long way. We all know the holidays…

  • Does your steering wheel shake?

  • …try and torque her lug nuts. Every single lug needed to be torqued. I set my wrench around 90-100 lbs., and all of them had at least 25-40 degrees of rotation, with one so loose that it would have surely fallen off today. Took it out for a ride and smooth as silk. Always check your lug nuts a day or…

  • Change Your Tire & Wheel Package Yourself

  • …additional safety, I would recommend always using jack stands. Tire Rack's Tire Rack's Aluminum Jack Stand Set ffeatures safety lock pins and a wide base to provide added stability. We also offer Adjustable Torque Wrenches to help tighten your wheel's lug nuts or bolts and help finish the job right.

  • Burger Without Fries?

  • …get all the lug hardware on and get ready to tighten the lug nuts down, but you don’t have a torque wrench. D’oh!, Strike one! What will you do? Call your buddy and hope that he has one? What if he doesn't? Now what? Now you need to go to a shop and pay them to torque down your wheels…

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  • Pull Those Stud Cips!

  • …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 when you…




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