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Torque Spec and Procedure - '97 F-350 Front Axle Spindle Nut

Hi Folks

I'm about to re-install my front wheels after putting on new rotors and calipers. Can anyone tell me the torque spec and procedure for the front axle spindle nut. The nut is a flanged, six-sided 2-3/4" diameter behemoth. I've got the socket for it.

The truck is a '97 F-350, 7.3 TD, 4WD with automatic hubs in front, and single wheels in back (non-dually). Any assistance is much appreciated.

Been a shade-tree mechanic most of my life, but this is my 1st diesel truck.

'97 F-350
7.3L Powerstroke
Crewcab Longbed
325K miles (all gentle, I'm sure)
Mostly Factory As Far As I Can Tell, but...
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