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    what torque for the nut ?

    Hi, I was wondering what is the torque for the nuts on the wheels ?

    I could not find it in the manual and what I found online is : 83 lbs or 113 n-m. Not sure if this is the right value to tighten the nuts ? I want to buy a proper torque wrench but not sure what to buy. Also, is it 1/2'' ?


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    You'll definitely want a half inch torque wrench as well as the appropriate sockets.

    You're in luck. A suitable torque wrench is on sale right now at Princess Auto for ridiculously cheap. https://www.princessauto.com/en/1-2-...t/PA0008533168

    Doesn't look like there's a good deal on a socket set, but a single deep socket is like 8 bucks at PA as well.
    Last edited by 4Aaron GE; 11-29-2022 at 10:23 PM.

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    Ok thanks, I just bought it. Looks good. I did not buy a socket yet, but I am guessing I can buy that at Canadian Tire or Amazon for cheap.


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