Question about Suzuki Grand Vitara
If you are going to the same mechanic/tire shop each time- they are using IMPACT GUNS to put the tires on- most places do- but it can cause a problem as some impact drivers OVER-tighten the nuts so that within a shorter than normal time the heat/cooling of the wheel causes the studs to loose their tensile strength and break- specify the next time you have to replace a stud that ALL WHEEL NUT BE TIGHTENED with the PROPER TORQUE WRENCH- or change garages....
Posted on May 24, 2011
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