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Hi Cynthia, I'm glad to help! The torgue specs for the HUB BEARINGs on your Compass are 181 foot pounds. Hope this helps and have an awesome day Cynthia.

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SOURCE: what is the torque spec

100 ft lbs, (+/- 15 ft lbs tolerance)...95 ft lbs is sufficient.

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Lug nut torque is 110 ft.lbs.

The hub nut is 175 ft. lbs.


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Check this web page and double check to make sure that I entered in all the correct information. ***
You can find just about all of the torque specs that you should need here. Also you might want to order yourself a Chilton manual. They usually have all of the specs in the back of the book and throughout the different sections.

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