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07-21-2019 01:39 PM
Hoko Thanks for the help!
07-21-2019 09:59 AM
LMJD Like Oldrebuiltdodge posted and it applies to most any vehicle:
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Basically, tighten directly across from the first one, then skip one nut, and tighten the two opposing, then skip one (which should already be tight) and tighten the two opposing, and so on.
And you might check further, I'm almost sure the torque in the chart is wrong, it's something like 110ft.lbs. at the most IIRC.
07-20-2019 10:33 AM
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07-20-2019 08:42 AM
oldrebuiltdodge 180* then 90* from the last one, then 180*, then 90*, then 180* then 90*, then 180* then 90* I tried to draw you a diagram, but I didn't know how to make it come out right when I posted it. Basically, tighten directly across from the first one, then skip one nut, and tighten the two opposing, then skip one (which should already be tight) and tighten the two opposing, and so on.
07-19-2019 07:49 PM
Hoko
Torque Sequence

What is the lug nut torque sequence for a 94 F350 and are the front lug nuts torqued to the same ft lbs as the back?

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