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Torque for front lug nuts on 1997 GMC G3500 Savanna

This vehicle is a 1997 GMC Savana G3500 - 1 ton cutaway with 14' Box, 10,000gvw with dual rear wheels. Eight bolt pattern with the steel ring. This ring has 2 nubs opposite each other and goes between the lug nuts and the wheel. There are not any crush washers on the lug nuts. Also please specify if torque is in ft.lbs or newton metre. Thanks!

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    need to know how many lbs. of torque should the rear axles have

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140 foot pounds as per the GM specs.you can verify the spec online by going to alldata online

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I Hope this is What You Wanted Its Off the Cuff as My Reference Books done have this Procedure.


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