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Old 05-02-2016, 09:49 PM   #1
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what specs do I torque my lugs to?

I have a 2003 Forest River Wildcat 5th wheel and want to torque my lugs to the correct specs. Does anyone know what these specs are and if there is a certain way to torque them? Thanks!
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For 1/2" stud 90 ftlb.
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Im still searching for the answer of what my lugs on my Wildcat need to be torqued to. Any ideas?
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Old 06-01-2016, 04:58 PM   #4
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My answer above isn't enough I guess. I have an 07 Wildcat with 6 lug.
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05CrewDually Your answer looks fine and very complete to me. I have 9/16 studs so I have to torque to 120 ft lb.
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For Flagstaff alum wheels use the following: 90 lb/ft for a 1/2" stud is the bottom 120 lb/ft is top. I torque to 110 lb/ft.
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Five lug 15" alloy wheels 110 lb/ft as per the sticker on the side.
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My answer above isn't enough I guess. I have an 07 Wildcat with 6 lug.
Im so sorry 05CrewDually. I just saw the diagram and didnt see that you typed the answer above it. My mistake. Im not sure if I have 1/2 inch lugs I will have to check!
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Here's a lug nut chart from etrailer:

https://www.etrailer.com/question-75604.html
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