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What is freelander 1 wheel nut torque wrench settings

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65 ft/lb? And tighten 1 3 5 2 4

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SOURCE: Wheel nut torque wrench settings for Seat Toledo V5 November 2001 model.

14mm bolt 100 ft lbs 12mm bolt 80 ft lbs. if you drive real fast on 14mm bolt I like 120ft lbs

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Tightening torque for the hub nut is 200Nm and the road wheels are 85Nm

NOTE: The rear wheel bearings are remowned on these cars for sticking to the stub axle quite badly, and often have to be forced off using a slide hammer on the drum, it is quite common to end up damaging the wheel bearing, so be prepared to replace this as well in this event

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SOURCE: Daimler Double six - Wheel nut torque wrench


68-88nm Steel Wheel 88-102nm Alloy Wheel Figures represented as printed in manual.
--- This is for Jaguar XJ12, Also badged Double Six - sure its the exact same car, its built 1997-1997 its a 6 Litre V12,

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14 mm lug nuts 110 ft lbs.

All others 80 ft lbs.

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Wheel nut torque settings


If you actually need to torque your wheels, you first need to know what car you are referring to. They do have different size bolts. Unless your racing, tight is good enough, but if your not mechanical enough to know, take it in. If you get a flat tire, are you going to use a torque wrench? Go to Sam's club, they do it back words. They put it on with an air gun and then put the torque wrench on it. lol

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Here's a handy link to the wheel nut torque settings for hundreds of different vehicles.
Look your's up........and away you go!
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Though I do not have the specific factory recommendation for this vehicle, I can tell you that 85 ft-lbs is the industry standard torque for all alloy wheels. No manufacturer will build a car that requires a significantly different torque because the tire shops would trash it.
The important thing is not that the lug nuts are at the correct torque to achieve a specific pressure (as with head bolts) or a specific degree of stretch (as with flywheel bolts) but rather that they all be the same, so that the force on the hub and brake rotor is uniform. The bolts just have to be tight enough so they don't come loose and the brake heat can transfer to the wheel, but not so tight that they damage the wheel. 85 ft-lbs uniform tension will get you where you want to be.
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