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What is the torque for a gmc sierra 2000 front wheel hub 4x4

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  • Ferioli Oct 13, 2008

    where did you get that number? I have been told 123 and now... 133 over tightening as well as under are both bad.

  • Ferioli Oct 13, 2008

    thank you.. that's the number I'll go with.

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133 foot pounds

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  • Fred Kenmuir Oct 13, 2008

    directly out of the Haynes manual for Chev and GMC pick ups, as well I double checked my Chilton manual.

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