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Old 02-03-2018, 05:06 PM   #1
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Dizzy Wheel Hub Torque Specs

Hi, my hubby and son just replaced the wheel studs on my son's 2006 ion. Hubby is a mechanic, but a heavy equipment mechanic, so doesn't know everything obviously. He wants to know what the torque specs are for putting the wheel bearing assembly back on. He said "the torque for the front axel nut." Mind you, I'm upstairs and he's telling me this through the front window of the house from the driveway, so please be kind
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The service manual says the torque spec for the three wheel hub mounting bolts are 85 lb ft and the axle nut is 74 lb ft plus an additional 35.
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The service manual says the torque spec for the three wheel hub mounting bolts are 85 lb ft and the axle nut is 74 lb ft plus an additional 35.
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Do you know what size in mm the axle nut is? Thanks!


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The service manual says the torque spec for the three wheel hub mounting bolts are 85 lb ft and the axle nut is 74 lb ft plus an additional 35.
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Do you know what size in mm the axle nut is? Thanks!
It should be 30MM.
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