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wheel nut torque setting

Discussion in 'Tech Questions & How To Guides' started by fazzhead24, Mar 27, 2011.

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  1. fazzhead24

    fazzhead24 Member

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    just a quick question, got wheels off. what ftlbs or Nm do i need to do them up too.
     
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    sponners Well-Known Member

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  3. HermaN

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    100-110Nm
     
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  4. fazzhead24

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    Thank you, did them at 110 nm, didnt seem too tight
     
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  5. sponners

    sponners Well-Known Member

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    I wouldn't necessarily go by torque settings, just use common sense and give them good tweak...........although I do have a habit of over tightening things:whistling:
     
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  6. HermaN

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    So do I, hence I always like to use a torque wrench to confirm how tight things are.
     
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  7. And@fcm

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    I've always done mine to 102Nm :)
     
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  8. Matt-evo-v

    Matt-evo-v New Member

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    RFT (Nm)
    Real f**king tight
     
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