Question about 2005 Ford Five Hundred
Changing drive shaft. need torques for axle nut, brake mounting, wheel bearing assy.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Differential bearing caps 70-85 ft lb
Ring gear bolts 70-85 ft lb
Pinion bearing preload if using original bearings 8-14 lb-in, if installing new bearings 16-28 lb-in
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
SOURCE: 1986 ford f150 front axle
I believe its 50 ft/lbs for the nut and the lock nut. If you're talking about a 4x4, if it's a 2wd and you mean the spindle nut, then I'll have to get back to you. Cheers.
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
Tighten till the wheel bearing is tight. No one really uses a specification for that, do it by feel. when the nut is tight, and there is no play in the bearing. Should be about 15-20 ft/lbs, with about .001-.003 end play if you need exact numbers though.
Posted on May 30, 2009
SOURCE: Torque Specifications
1. If you are speaking of the large yoke nut there is no "torque spec" per say, instead it is a rotational preload-
From Ford manual:
Use the special tool to hold the pinion flange while tightening the nut to set the preload.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
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