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Old 03-06-2014, 05:14 PM   #1
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lug nut tork

How do I know how muct to tork the lug nuts on my 2014 forestriver Hemesphere, 36fter. Dual axle.
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Mine is on a sticker on the side of the trailer.
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My sticker is faded beyond belief.
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For a 13/16th nut, I used 120 ft/lbs
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How do I know how muct to tork the lug nuts on my 2014 forestriver Hemesphere, 36fter. Dual axle.
This chart is for alum wheels. The stud size determines the torque, not the nut size.
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I use a 2ft breaker bar and put some weight on it.
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I use a 2ft breaker bar and put some weight on it.
This is me too most of the time.

Heres a couple torque charts I keep on my phone.

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Oh and those are dry threads, somewhere I have a wet torque chart

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