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Thread: Steel Lug Torque Specs.

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    BradAndersonPHOTOWERKS
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    Steel Lug Torque Specs.

    Hi All,

    I'm replacing my alloy lugs with steel ones and was wondering if the torque spec remains the same or is higher since stripping/fusing is not such an issue. Wheels are 6x15 Fuchs on a '70 911E.

    Thanks,
    Brad

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    ttweed
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    Torque spec is the same regardless of material. I use 94 ft./lb. on both steel and alloy lugs, w/ spare application of thread lubricant/anti-seize.

    TT

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    BradAndersonPHOTOWERKS
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