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Old 11-24-2009, 07:25 AM
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lug nut torque specs??

anyone know what the lug nut torque specs are?? going to rotate tires and add locks..like to torque them down to spec to help stop warped rotors....have had some problems in the past just making them "good n tite"

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Old 11-24-2009, 07:59 AM
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See p. 331 of owner's manual.

The spec is there. I think I remember what it says (150), but I am not sure and do not want to say the wrong thing, so just go there and you will see yourself for sure. Thanks
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i feel a little dumb.....i never thought of looking there......
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owners manual? google search?
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See p. 331 of owner's manual.

The spec is there. I think I remember what it says (150), but I am not sure and do not want to say the wrong thing, so just go there and you will see yourself for sure. Thanks
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WHEEL LUG NUT TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS
Retighten the lug nuts to the specified torque within 100 miles (160 km)
after any wheel disturbance (rotation, flat tire, wheel removal, etc.).
Bolt size: M14 x 2.0
Wheel lug nut torque*
lb.ft.: 150
Nm: 200

* Torque specifications are for nut and bolt threads free of dirt and
rust. Use only Ford recommended replacement fasteners.

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WINNER!

WHEEL LUG NUT TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS
Retighten the lug nuts to the specified torque within 100 miles (160 km)
after any wheel disturbance (rotation, flat tire, wheel removal, etc.).
Bolt size: M14 x 2.0
Wheel lug nut torque*
lb.ft.: 150
Nm: 200



* Torque specifications are for nut and bolt threads free of dirt and

rust. Use only Ford recommended replacement fasteners.


you da man...
thank you

i looked thru the owners manual when i purchased the truck...
wasn't looking for that info at the time..
and i was sitting here eating cheetos, naked and didn't want to go outside and get the manual out of the truck...
one of the nieghbors would wonder why my hands had an orange "cheeto" color to them...
as far as the naked part,they would just wonder whats he doing this time
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sears has craftsman 20-150 torque wrenches on sale for $39 i picked one up today
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