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steiner43511

switching from stock steel to stock aluminum wheels

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Just MAKE SURE that you recheck the lug nuts after you put about 25 to 50 miles on. They sometimes do loosen up. Also, using a torque wrench is a great idea. Torque for the wheel studs is 120 to 140 lbft.

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Just MAKE SURE that you recheck the lug nuts after you put about 25 to 50 miles on. They sometimes do loosen up. Also, using a torque wrench is a great idea. Torque for the wheel studs is 120 to 140 lbft.

That's the only right way to do it! :smart:

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