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Old 08-26-2019, 05:58 PM   #1
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Default Roadtrek Chevy Aluminum Wheel Torque

I've got aluminum wheels on my 2004 Roadtrek 190P. Anyone know what the specs for the lug nuts torque are? I've searched online and in my documentation and came up empty.
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i think i may have found my own answer... i think the fact my wheels are aluminum instead of steel has nothing to do with the amount of torque the lug nuts require. What does matter is the number of lug nuts... in my case there are 8 which means the torque spec is 140lbs. If anyone here knows otherwise, please give a holler.
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i think i may have found my own answer... i think the fact my wheels are aluminum instead of steel has nothing to do with the amount of torque the lug nuts require. What does matter is the number of lug nuts... in my case there are 8 which means the torque spec is 140lbs. If anyone here knows otherwise, please give a holler.

That is how I understand it also.
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