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Old 04-11-2011, 01:09 PM   #1
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Anyone know what I torque the lugs on 2010 4x4
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Manual says 150 lb-ft or 240 Nm
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Thanks ,rotating my sisters tires I heard u can warp rotors if not torqued properly
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Thanks ,rotating my sisters tires I heard u can warp rotors if not torqued properly
I found this out the hard way. On my 1998 F-150, I had a torque wrench that was way off (even when calibrated), that after using it to replace a tire, I ended up having to get a rotor and caliper replaced.

Eventually I plan to get a clicker torque wrench to go in my 2010 for making sure tires are in place correctly.
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