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Question Torque Specs for Wheel Spacers ???

I am installing a set of used wheel spacers with the studs and nuts, what are the torque specs to bolt them on.


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Use the same torque as the wheel nuts; 130Nm (93lb ft). You probably (if they weren't supplied) need steel wheel nuts for the spacers to hub (use the alloy nuts to hold the wheels on) as alloy wheel nuts are too tall and will not allow the wheel to fit correctly.
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Use the same torque as the wheel nuts; 130Nm (93lb ft). You probably (if they weren't supplied) need steel wheel nuts for the spacers to hub (use the alloy nuts to hold the wheels on) as alloy wheel nuts are too tall and will not allow the wheel to fit correctly.

Thanks Brit, this is exactly the info I needed !!!

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