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What is the wheel nut torque specs for a 1999 Chevy 1500 pickup RWD with steel rims?


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2005-09-22 04:18:14
2005-09-22 04:18:14

the torque spec is 120 ft pound of torque with steel rims its 140 use a four way and put some grunt into it. That should be just enough.

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