Lug Nut Torque Specification

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Lug Nut Torque Specification
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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…

  • You Don't Know Jack

  • torque when installing your wheels. It is a 1/2" drive "click" type, adjustable wrench that accurately measures up to 150 ft./lbs. of torque. Proper installation requires that the wheel lug torque be set to the recommended specification for your vehicle. These torque specifications

  • Make Sure Your Wheels Are Properly Torqued

  • Make Sure Your Wheels Are Properly Torqued

    …the lugs are snugged down by hand, finish tightening them with an accurate torque wrench. Use the appropriate crisscross sequence (shown below) for the number of wheel lugs on your vehicle until all have reached their proper torque value. If you over torque a wheel, you can strip a lug nut or hub,…

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  • Wheel Tech Information - Your Guide to Wheel Installation

  • …before beginning. Were specific front/rear wheels sent? * Check tire positions and make sure directional tires are installed in the right corners. * Thread all nuts or bolts by hand first to avoid cross-threading. * Set wheel lug torque to the recommended specification per vehicle using the proper…

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  • Make Your Installation Easier

  • …sticky lug nuts loose without having to use a breaker bar, the impact wrench reduces the muscle needed to get the job done. It also eliminates the time spent switching between the breaker bar and a regular wrench. One thing an impact wrench should not be used for is torquing down the lugs. A torque




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