Question about Campbell Hausfeld 3/8" Ratchet
Wheel nut torque varies by the make & model of vehicle. Some might be 80 ft lbs, however others could be as high as 150 ft lbs. Larger trucks could reach 200 ft lbs. You must check your owners manual for the wheel nut spec. You should always use a 1/2" drive torque wrench to torque wheel nuts.. do not use a ratchet because they only torque to 35 or 40 ft lbs.
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