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Old 03-13-2007, 09:23 PM
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Ok, that was pretty easy. swapped all 6, also salvaged most of the "3-part paper gasket" that was in there


So what's the recommended chrome on chrome torque spec? 75?
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Ok, that was pretty easy. swapped all 6, also salvaged most of the "3-part paper gasket" that was in there


So what's the recommended chrome on chrome torque spec? 75?
lug studs should always be 90#'s
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Toy lug studs sometimes bust at that spec.
Aftermarket don't.
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Old 03-14-2007, 10:33 AM
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I replaced all 6 lugs on the right rear.

I bought them at carquest and they are meteric to work with the Toyota

I used lots of washers and the lug after getting it started to seat it properly.
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lug studs should always be 90#'s
I hope you don't crank your 80 down to 90, that's way tf tight. (should be more like 70!) I'll give the 40 lugs another twist though, thanks!
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I hope you don't crank your 80 down to 90, that's way tf tight. (should be more like 70!) I'll give the 40 lugs another twist though, thanks!
Absolutely! If you have ever had a tire store put your wheels on they also use 90# torque sticks. Torque spec on most lug nuts has been 85#+/-5# since disk brakes came out!

Edit: Came up with this on a quick search....https://www.rsracing.com/tech-wheel.html#torque
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page 688 (A-13) of the 1984 chassis and body FSM (fj60/62) shows:

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I don't have an Fj80 FSM though
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Well, I know nothing about 80s.
I do know that if I torque my Buell drain plug to the torque as specified, I will be doing a heli-coil in short order. Seen a bunch of Toy lug studs twisted right off too, at 90ft.lbs. But I claim relative ignorance on cruisers, YMMV.
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Well, I know nothing about 80s.
I do know that if I torque my Buell drain plug to the torque as specified, I will be doing a heli-coil in short order. Seen a bunch of Toy lug studs twisted right off too, at 90ft.lbs. But I claim relative ignorance on cruisers, YMMV.
Hmmmm interesting! I don't remember ever questioning why my lugs stay tight. 90#'s is NOT excessive! You can still remove them easily with a lug wrench and get this....they don't loosen! Quite the concept this torque thing is! If you tighten any lug 80-90ftlbs you will be right on in spec!
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I just tighten my **** down toyota tight... no torque wrench involved.
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