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Old 05-19-2012, 09:03 PM   #1
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Wheel spacers torque

Hey all, I just bought some wheel spacers on eBay I'm putting them on tomorrow what do you suggest I torque them to? I got 1 1/4" for the front and 1" for the rear I was thinking lugs and spacers 100 ft/lbs
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Re: Wheel spacers torque

Same as you'd do for the tires normally. I don't know what the wheel torque its anyways cause I've never torqued mine on.
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I think its 110 ft/lbs

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Re: Wheel spacers torque

Aluminum wheels are usually torqued to 100 ft lbs. so it would be ok to tq. spacers to.
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