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Old 02-08-2010, 11:58 AM   #1
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Default Front axle nut torque?

I am working right now and one of my buddies just called me who is replacing his wheel joints. He just asked me what to torque the axle shaft nut to. I couldn't remember off the top of my head. Does anyone know real quick? Thanks.
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175 or 180 i think on the D30, not 100% sure though
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i just got confirmation on the 175 ft/lbs for the hub nut
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Check the Tech Section of my website - FSM specs go up there as I accumulate them (until I get enough to make it look good - then I'll do "assembly pages" as well. D30/35/44/50/60/61/70/80/you get the idea...)
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Got it. Thanks guys.
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