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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…

  • Torquing Wheels in a Star Pattern

  • …Some people may snug all the lugs in any pattern and then torque in the star pattern. This may still yield a good torquing but consistency reinforces behavior -- always snug in the star pattern as well. Paying attention to your wheel mounting surfaces, hardware, and then tightenting the lugs…

  • Affordable torque wrench!

  • …That would be tragic! Also, temp changes, road bumps, aggressive driving, anything that puts extra stress on the wheel can cause wheel torques to change and eventually loosen. It's a great practice in the PRE-FLIGHT procedures to periodically check your wheel lug torques and this is the perfect way.

  • Torqued off about needing torque?

  • If you need a torque wrench to make sure your new wheels and tires are on your vehicle correctly, we have a solution. Tire Rack's Adjustable Torque Wrench may be just what you need for light duty installations at home. The chrome-plated wrench is made of hardened steel and accurately measures up to…

  • Your New Wheel & Tire Owner's Manual

  • …new tires and wheels, you more than likely have several questions and we have the answers! Let Tire Rack show you the way with our Tire & Wheel Owner's Manual available for download at www.tirerack.com. This manual covers Tire/Wheel Package Installation, Wheel Lug Torque, Inflation Pressure,…

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  • Installing your new tire and wheel package?

  • …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 may compress a bit when first…


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