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I need the touque specs for the outer front axle nut on a 2005 dodge ram 2500 4x4

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HUB AND BEARING ASSEMBLY NUTS TORQUE TO 125 FT LBS THE HALF SHAFT AXLE TORQUE TO 185 FT LBS.

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