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Old 03-19-2013, 08:42 PM   #1
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Hi, just a quick question,
for those who have the 36 ckts ,
what is the recommended lug nut torque ?

Thanks, Rich
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German tq. That's what I do.
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Old 03-20-2013, 08:14 AM   #3
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My Silverback had a sticker on it with the correct torque written on it. In my case it was 90 lbs. I'm guessing your Cedar Creek will come with a similar sticker with the correct torque listed.
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Mine sayzs 100 ftlbs

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Mine sayzs 100 ftlbs

Aluminum wheels 16"
And Amy probably had to torque them.
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And Amy probably had to torque them.
And I watched from my chair whilst drinking a beer to eh !
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German tq. That's what I do.
What's "German tq."? Sorry, newbie still...

And I have a sticker, too - the pen is just so faded, you can't read it anymore.
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What's "German tq."? Sorry, newbie still...

And I have a sticker, too - the pen is just so faded, you can't read it anymore.
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yep lol
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Hi, just a quick question,
for those who have the 36 ckts ,
what is the recommended lug nut torque ?

Thanks, Rich
110-120 ft lbs retorque
I use 115 on my 2012 36CKTS

Disturbed wheel(off the hub)
30ft lbs first round
60 second round
90 third round
Final is 110-120

There will be a sticker on your new wheels
and a delivery check sticker on the nose with the
torque specs.

Also, I run 100 psi @ 72*F cold. The G614's
Run at 114lbs at 100* on the highway at 65mph.

Think about a TPMS for your new Creek as well.
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