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Anyone know the proper torque for the wheels? I was trying till search but my phone doesn't like the search function for some reason
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Interesting. On previous SRT models it was 100-110. Not that 120 is that much more, just an interesting change.
 

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111 ft-lbs per page 444 of the owners manual.

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Damn it, I torqued mine to 112...
 

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As a side note : If you use after market wheels make sure you have the correct lugs for that wheel, I've seen where guys don't and they post up asking why their wheel fell off after a few miles and they torqued them to 130 fp.
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Who comes up with 111 really
It's based on the type of stud used....the material. I assume much more and you'll start to see the stud stretching too much (or not returning to original length).
 

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I'd also recheck after a decent drive, and in some bigger applications (4wd especially) some consider some blue (non permanent) loctite. YMMV
 
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