According to National, a wheel end component manufacturer, the correct torque is 118 ft. lbs. or 160 Nm (Nm stands for Newton Metre which is a measurement of torque. 1 Newton Metre equils .7375521 ft. lbs. You can view their Torque Specification Chart for Axle Spindle Nuts at the site listed below.=http://www.autowaresgroup.com/resources/documents/spindle_nut_torque_specs.pdf=
118 Foot Pounds
Remove the front tires, from your Pontiac Grand Prix. Remove the brakes and rotors. Unbolt the axle from the suspension. Remove the axle.
96 lbs for the three small bolts in the back I think the axle nut is 175?
180 foot lbs
2000 f150 fron axle nut
Axle torque specs are as follows: Axle nut torque..............148Ftlbs
Getting ready to do the same thing myself--foound out you will need a 34MM deep socket, torque wrench but I am still trying to find torque spec for axle nut--GOOD LUCK
155 ft lbs
o'reilly auto parts says 103 foot lbs.
If you are asking about rear axle gears, no. The XJ has a corporate axle and the ZJ has a Dana axle.
Axle nut torque specs are 170-203 ft.lbs
Left rear quarter near the axle.
The 1998 GMC Jimmy front axle shaft torque specification is 60 pounds. You want to make sure that you do not over torque the axle shaft, as you can ruin the axle bearing.
118 with steel abs clip and 151 with a plastic abs clip.
If front axle of front-wheel drive, it's about 200 ft.-lbs. If back, not all-wheel drive, see question on rear axle of 92 voyager.
http://www.ctatools.com/catalogs/Axle_Nut_Application_Chart.PDF has a handy size chart CcRider
there are 5 the bottom pan the side pan the 2 cv axle ports and the seal behind the torque converter
The 3 bolts on the hub are 65 foot pounds, and the axle nut is 165 foot pounds.
'97 sunfire axle nut is 195 ft-lbs. Should be the same for Saturn
185 to 260 ft lbs this is the front center nut that holds axle and front wheel bearing together not wheel lug nuts