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  • Wheel Lug Torquing

  • …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 your…

  • How to Properly Tighten Your Lug Nuts

  • …effective way to set your lug torque is with a torque wrench. The Tire Rack Adjustable Torque Wrench is great for handling tire and wheel duties. I'm going on my tenth year with the tool which equals approximately $4 a year (wrench cost me around $40) to have the correct torque settings. When the…

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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…

  • Make Your Installation Easier

  • …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 wrench set to the torque specification indicated by the vehicle manufacturer should always be used to ensure proper tightening. Having used both…

  • What a wonderful tool!

  • I just had a chance to rotate my Bridgestone tires. As I was setting the torque to the appropriate mark, I realized what a great tool my torque wrench has been for me. I've owned this adjustable torque wrench adjustable torque wrench for over seven years. It's reliable, simple to use, and never…

  • Does your steering wheel shake?

  • …about three days before the steering wheel started to shake. So I ran out to the garage and got my torque wrench and off I went to 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…

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  • Installing your new tire and wheel package?

  • …instructions, and installation will be a breeze. A lug wrench, torque wrench, and a sturdy jack and set of stands should cover it. Be sure to torque the wheels to the vehicle manufacturer's recommendation. You'll also want to check the torque again after the first 50-100 miles of driving. New wheels…

  • How to Prepare Your Car or Truck for Holiday Travel

  • …spend years in hiding without being inspected. Make sure it is free of cracking and is properly inflated. * Check the torque of your lug nuts or bolts. Torque spec settings can be found in your owner's manual. * Make sure you have a lug wrench, jack kit and any applicable lock keys accessible…

  • You Don't Know Jack

  • …would allow you to properly set wheel nut/bolt 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…


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