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Question spindle nut torque specs?

I just got done doing brakes on the front of my truck. I was just wondering what the torque specs are for the spindle nut that holdes the whole rotor assembly on the spindle?? They were not that tight when I took them off but I want to make sure I dont over tighten them and ruin my wheel bearings.. Thank for the help, Justin ( my truck still has the factory auto hubs..)

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post #2 of 4 Old 12-17-2009, 08:44 PM
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the first one in should be torqued to 50 ft lbs (yes only 50) spin the wheel around to seat the bearing for a little bit then back it of a quarter turn, then put the lock washer in the middle, then the outter nut is 190 ft lbs


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It only has one nut! Thats why I said my truck still has the AUTO HUBS..

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look at the chart at the bottom of this page then, perhaps it will make mre sense to you while looking at it, last one at the bottom... its for a dana 60 but the nuts/specs are the same for both axles

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