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WHAT IS THE WHEEL NUT TORQUE SETTING FORD LASER TONIC (FW)

FORD LASER TONIC 1300 1998 MODEL,DONT KNOW HOW TIGHT WHEEL NUT MUST BE KEEPS ON LOOSING BEARINGS IN FRONT.NEW HUBS AND SHAFTS INSTALLED.

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There is no toque setting on wheel nuts, if they are comeing lose then check the threads and replace the nuts with new ones, maybe check the rims you have on the car, are they standard if not then they may be the problem.

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SOURCE: Rear hub nut torque setting Hyundai coupe 2000 se

65-80 ft.lbs

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SOURCE: Torque specs for front wheel hub nut

112 to 174 ft lbs

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SOURCE: Front Hub Bearing Torque specs to complete replacement

THE LUG NUT TORQUE SPEC - 140FT/LBS\
CALIPER MOUNT - 80FT/LBS
CALIPER BRACKET 129FT/LBS
AXLE NUT 177FT/LBS

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SOURCE: what is the torque specs for the front wheel

Ford Front wheel bearings do have a torque spec. It is all over the new part to torque to MFR spec or damage will occur.
I have no idea what that spec is though.

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  1. Just thread the adjuster into the spindle and tighten real good with a ratchet.
  2. Then rotate the wheel forward to seat them bearings real good.
  3. Give it another tighten then back that adjuster nut off 1/8 of a turn.
  4. Then put the nut lock washer on over the adjuster nut and put a cotter pin in the hole.


  • Your lug nuts are torqued at 100ft lbs though.


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