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The lugnuts have a specified torque of 100 ft. lbs :z:

Torque the lugs in a star pattern in three steps: 30, 60 and 100 so as to prevent uneven torque and possibly brake rotor warp.

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OK I give up!!!! I know the correct spec (according to the manual) is 100 ft lbs.
Performin Norman says 50, 100
ITLGO says 30, 60, 100
Jub Jub says 50, 75, 100

At least we all agree on the 100 ft lbs. :z:
 

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tszwec said:
OK I give up!!!! I know the correct spec (according to the manual) is 100 ft lbs.
Performin Norman says 50, 100
ITLGO says 30, 60, 100
Jub Jub says 50, 75, 100

At least we all agree on the 100 ft lbs. :z:
Pick the one that best suits your needs and proceed. :rofl:
 

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PerforminNorman said:
Pick the one that best suits your needs and proceed. :rofl:
Actually I like JubJubs better, but mine are from the Corvette Shop Manual. :lol:

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Technical answer: 100 foot pounds

Method is whatever you feel the need. The more step up increments, the safer but it becomes a point where it is kinda overkill.

I think I'd go 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100. :rofl: :screwy: Oh now I'm just being silly.
 

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LOL I think I got it, same as F-bodies just the first time I've had to change wheels on my Z sure it won't be the last :) Thanks for the responses guys!!

Bobby
 
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