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    Quote Originally Posted by Back-space View Post
    Would torquing the lug nuts to 100 ft-lb be an issue? Can't find anywhere in the manual about this.
    Since the specifications state 72 ft lbs why would you want to? Have you had lug nuts come loose?


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    1 nut on the 2 front tires. They weren't put on by me and I'm not sure what they torqued it to but the one nut likely would have come loose with a kick from your shoe. I put all of them to 100.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eggman View Post
    What about the German torque standard? (Gutentight)
    Ha! lol



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