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Old 17-07-2017, 02:10 PM
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Just a general concensus on this one.
What is the correct ft/lb of torque to be applied to the wheel nuts on a D40 STX (alloy wheels)?
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Between 98 and 127Nm. 100-120Nm sounds easier to remember and still fits the requirement!

Oh, wait ... ft/lb ... I only have 2 feet, and if I pound the wheel nuts with both feet ... yeah. Sorta between 73 and 93 ft/lbs :-)

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Old 18-07-2017, 11:25 AM
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Wheelnut torque is listed in the glovebox manual in the car, in the section about changing a flat tyre. Ill post what it says in mine when i get a chance
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