CHECK/TIGHTEN LUG NUTS
- Make Sure Mounting Surface of the Wheel and Axle Hub is Not Damaged and Clean From Dirt, Grease, Oil, Etc.
- Start all Lug Nuts by Hand to prevent Cross Threading.
- Tighten Lug Nuts Using A Torque Wrench Before the First Road Use and After Each Wheel Removal, Following the Sequence and Torque Setting as Shown Below in the Sequence Diagram and Torque Chart.
- Re-Torque Between the First 25-50 Miles, and Again At 100 Miles for8k-12kAxles.CheckPeriodicallyandDuringRegular Safety/Servicing Checks Thereafter.
- NOTE: Failure to Follow Torque Requirements May Result in Loose Wheels, Broken Lug Studs and Possible Wheel Separation From Axle Hub Causing Serious Damage.
SUSPENSION FASTENER TORQUE VALUES (FT.LBS)