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Net.com.auWheel nut torque setting for 100 series landcruiser GXL with IFS front axle

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  • kulfam Apr 10, 2011

    Did not want to know wheel bearing adjustment - want to know wheel nut tension - the nuts that hold the wheel to the hub

  • kulfam Apr 11, 2011

    not talking about bearings at all just want the tension for wheel nuts

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Here is the full sequence for setting the bearing pre-load and torquing the wheel nut:-

Torque inner nut to 43 ft/lbs
Turn rotor 5 times, left & right
Torque inner nut to 43 ft/lbs
Loosen inner nut until it can be turned by hand
Torque inner nut 3 ft/lbs (48 in/lbs!)
Check that bearing has no play
Measure preload w/tension spring (6-12 lb)
Install lock washer & lock nut
Torque outer lock nut (47 ft/lb)
Check that the axle hub turns smoothly and that the bearing has no play.
Measure preload w/tension spring (6-12 lb)
(Repeat, starting w/inner nut if not within range)
Secure the lock nut by bending one of the lock washer teeth inward and the other lock washer teeth outward

Posted on Apr 10, 2011

  • Hans Pearson
    Hans Pearson Apr 11, 2011

    See above

  • Hans Pearson
    Hans Pearson Apr 19, 2011

    Here is another sequence with torque values, have a look if this one is a better solution.
    Tighten the adjusting nut to 43 ft. lbs. (59 Nm) while rotating the hub to seat the bearings.
    Loosen the adjusting nut.
    Tighten the adjusting nut to 48 inch lbs. (5.4 Nm) and check that the bearing has no play.
    Check the bearing preload with a spring tension gauge. The preload should be 6.4-12.6 lbs. (28-56 N) for 2001-03; 9.5-15 lbs. (42-67 N

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Tighten the adjusting nut to 43 ft. lbs. (59 Nm) while rotating the hub to seat the bearings. Click this link below for more details:-------- http://technoanswers.blogspot.com/2011/04/toyota-landcruiser-gxl-wheel-torque.html -------------- this should help.Thanks.Helpmech.

Posted on Apr 09, 2011

  • raj somaiya Apr 10, 2011

    Torque an M12 nut to 36 Nm. These are an 8mm diam stud with a 12mm spanner size for the nut.---------- this should help.thanks.Helpmech.

  • raj somaiya Apr 11, 2011

    Torque an M12 nut to 36 Nm. These are an 8mm diam stud with a 12mm spanner size for the nut.---------- this should help.thanks.Helpmech. Reply

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