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Old 11-03-2013, 05:03 PM
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i have a 93 f150 4wd and converting to a manual lock hub but going to repack the front bearings on both sides. what are the torque specs on the inner spindle nut ad the outer. i think the inner is 60 then back 1\8 and the outer is like 130'ish but not sure. so if anyone knows or has a link to the information its greatly appreciated. Also going to repack the fronts on my 2wd 96 f250 so im in need of the same info for that truck as well.. many thanks
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Inner: 50 ft-lb while rotating the hub and rotor, then back off 90*. Install lockwasher and tighten inner locknut so the pin is aligned into the nearest hole in the lockwasher.

Outer: 160-204 ft-lb. After that the maximum torque required to rotate the hub/rotor is 20 in-lb.

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