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Where can you find torque specs for wheels?

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Users can find torque specs for certain wheels at the Dorman Products wheel nut torque specifications document or at the Discount Tire wheel torque chart webpage. The two mentioned documents are not exhaustive, however. Torque specs for wheels of newer car models may not be available.

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The torque specifications document on the Dorman Products website provides torque specs for wheels of about 70 different car, mini van, light truck and SUV brands, as recent as 2013 for some brands. The Discount Tire wheel torque chart provides torque specs for wheels of about 50 different brands, from 1972 for some brands, to 2006. Both documents provide torque specs in ft-lbs.

Users interested in hub and wheel bearing torque specification can find the information at the torque specification look up webpage of the Federal-Mogul Resource Center website. The user needs to enter the year, the brand or make, and the vehicle model, then click on the wrench icon to view the torque specifications. The look up webpage provides torque specifications, in both ft-lbs and N-m, of about 40 different brands, from as far back as 1979 for some brands to 2014. Depending on the car model, the webpage may provide additional information and notes besides torque specs.

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