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Guest Message by DevFuse

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Torque settings for front hubs?

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#1 Guest_tjdrury_*

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Posted 07 May 2002 - 08:28 AM

Hey everyone,
Am I the only new Subie person to be frusterated with the Haynes manual. I can only find half of the info I need about half of the time. Anyway, I can't seem to find the torque spec for the front rotor/hub to spindle nut (big castle nut). It's an '88 GL d/r 4wd. I found the rear but don't want to assume it's the same as the front. Any help would be appreciated, thanks! Toby

#2 Guest_McBrat_*

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Posted 07 May 2002 - 09:00 AM

145 ft/lbs.

#3 Guest_NV Zeno_*

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Posted 07 May 2002 - 08:09 PM

Yup, 145....I believe in the Haynes that spec was in the "Brakes" section.;)

#4 Guest_chef tim_*

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Posted 07 May 2002 - 08:21 PM

FSM says 145+30ยบ, inother words........ as tight as you can!!! :) Tim

#5 Guest_ShawnW_*

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Posted 07 May 2002 - 08:25 PM

145 ft-lbs and then find the next hole that lines up on the castle nut (thats my exp for the 30 degrees notation)

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