Attach each lug nut by hand, and then use a manual torque wrench to tighten until you hear the 'click' sound that indicates you've reached the right amount of torque. The number—usually in the 75-100 lb-ft range—should be easy to locate in your vehicle's owner's manual.
Typical Lug Nut Torque Specifications Lug Size Ft/Lbs Torque 1/2" 90-120 9/16" 120-140 5/8" 140-160 How to Measure Bolt Patterns HiSpecWheel & Tire, Inc. The Safety Wheel Typical Lug Nut Torque Specifications 1655 East 12th Street Mishawaka, IN 46544 (574) 807-8584 www.HiSpecWheel.com. Created Date ...
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…Tech: Wheel Lug Torquing Proper wheel installation requires the wheel-attaching hardware (lug nuts or bolts) be tightened to the recommended torque specification for the vehicle make, model and year.Torque specifications are usually found in the vehicle's owner's manual.* Proper torque requires…
Lug Nut Torque Spec. Jump to Latest Follow 1 - 8 of 8 Posts. Em3 · Registered. Joined Jun 8, 2010 · 270 Posts . Discussion Starter • #1 • Jul 9, 2011. So I would think that the owner's manual would say what the Lug Nut Torque Spec is for my car but apparently its invisible to me. ...
The torque for the Dexter Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly - 6,000-lb and 7,000-lb Axles - 12" - 5 Spoke Utility # 8-174-5UC3 is not specified by the manufacturer. For 9/16 inch studs, the typical lug nut torque will be 120-140 ft lbs based on most of our manufacturers.
Wheel specifications for the 1500 series vary greatly from trim to trim, but many of the wheel aspects, including lug nut torque specs, are identical throughout. Lug Nut Torque. Sierra lug nuts require 140 feet-pounds of torque to properly tighten them and hold the wheel in place.
What would be the correct torque spec for the lugs on my truck? the owners manual says 135 foot pounds for 2500's and 3500 SRW, and 145 for 3500 duallies. But on another page it says for cone shaped lug nuts, 120-150 foot pounds, and for flange nuts, which im assuming the duallies have, 130-160 pounds.
1. Tighten to 8 ft-lbs (10 N-m), then tighten an additional 1/3 turn to at least 37 ft-lbs (50 N-M). Upon initial installation of replacement ball joint, tighten nut to to 81 ft-lbs (110 N-m).
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Well, what I mean is that torqueing the lug nuts well under the manufacturer's spec is what can be dangerous. If the manufacturer specifies 80 ft-lbs, then 80 ft-lbs is perfectly safe. But if it's specified as 130, and you only torque to 80, then it's dangerous.