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Old 12-13-2012, 12:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Wheel torque and sequence

What is the wheel torque and sequence for stock 2006 C6 Z06 wheels.
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Re: Wheel torque and sequence

100 ft lbs. in a star pattern.

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100 ft lbs. in a star pattern.
What itsaz said.

I usually tighten every other one until they're all tight using a lugnut wrench. Then I slap the torque wrench on them. 100 ft lbs.
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Re: Wheel torque and sequence

I go with the reverse star pattern.
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I go with the reverse star pattern.
That only works for your Prius :D
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That only works for your Prius :D
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That only works for your Prius :D
Norm's environmentally conscious now? Huh.
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Norm's environmentally conscious now? Huh.
I'm going to build an electric Z06. Gonna call it Green Z. Wrap it with mossy oak.
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Re: Wheel torque and sequence

I use an electric motor similar to Norm's Prius to tighten the lug nuts on my real cars
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I use an electric motor similar to Norm's Prius to tighten the lug nuts on my real cars
You should see my gas powered torque wrench.
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