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F150 Lug nut torque specs

Does anyone know what the torque ft.lbs.specifications should be for a
2002 F150 with 17" alloy wheels?

My owners manual does not list the torque specs.

Thanks in advance


 
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"Ole" <ole@sealake.com> wrote in message news:h%gCe.858$JO3.727@fe04.lga...
> Does anyone know what the torque ft.lbs.specifications should be for a
> 2002 F150 with 17" alloy wheels?
>
> My owners manual does not list the torque specs.
>
> Thanks in advance



 
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Ole wrote:
> Does anyone know what the torque ft.lbs.specifications should be for a
> 2002 F150 with 17" alloy wheels?
>
> My owners manual does not list the torque specs.
>
> Thanks in advance

For wheels with the 14mm lugs, it is 150 ft lbs. Those are year 2000 and
above. For the 12mm lugs it is 100 ft lbs. Those are year 97-99. The
last I looked, the torque specs were in the 2002 manual, although they
may have been added later. You can go to www.motorcraftservice.com and
download an updated manual.
 
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Marlin Singer wrote:
> Ole wrote:
>
>> Does anyone know what the torque ft.lbs.specifications should be for a
>> 2002 F150 with 17" alloy wheels?
>>
>> My owners manual does not list the torque specs.
>>
>> Thanks in advance

>
> For wheels with the 14mm lugs, it is 150 ft lbs. Those are year 2000 and
> above. For the 12mm lugs it is 100 ft lbs. Those are year 97-99. The
> last I looked, the torque specs were in the 2002 manual, although they
> may have been added later. You can go to www.motorcraftservice.com and
> download an updated manual.

My lug nuts are 21mm. I am guessing they should be 150 ft. lbs
 
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Ole wrote:
> Marlin Singer wrote:
>
>> Ole wrote:
>>
>>> Does anyone know what the torque ft.lbs.specifications should be for
>>> a 2002 F150 with 17" alloy wheels?
>>>
>>> My owners manual does not list the torque specs.
>>>
>>> Thanks in advance

>>
>>
>> For wheels with the 14mm lugs, it is 150 ft lbs. Those are year 2000
>> and above. For the 12mm lugs it is 100 ft lbs. Those are year 97-99.
>> The last I looked, the torque specs were in the 2002 manual, although
>> they may have been added later. You can go to
>> www.motorcraftservice.com and download an updated manual.

>
> My lug nuts are 21mm. I am guessing they should be 150 ft. lbs

Yes the lug nuts are 21mm. The lugs (the bolt part) are 14mm.
 
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Marlin Singer wrote:
> Ole wrote:
>
>> Marlin Singer wrote:
>>
>>> Ole wrote:
>>>
>>>> Does anyone know what the torque ft.lbs.specifications should be for
>>>> a 2002 F150 with 17" alloy wheels?
>>>>
>>>> My owners manual does not list the torque specs.
>>>>
>>>> Thanks in advance
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> For wheels with the 14mm lugs, it is 150 ft lbs. Those are year 2000
>>> and above. For the 12mm lugs it is 100 ft lbs. Those are year 97-99.
>>> The last I looked, the torque specs were in the 2002 manual, although
>>> they may have been added later. You can go to
>>> www.motorcraftservice.com and download an updated manual.

>>
>>
>> My lug nuts are 21mm. I am guessing they should be 150 ft. lbs

>
> Yes the lug nuts are 21mm. The lugs (the bolt part) are 14mm.


O.K. I get it now. 150 ft. lbs is what they will be torqued from now on.

Thank to all for the info
 
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Marlin Singer wrote:
> Ole wrote:
>
>> Marlin Singer wrote:
>>
>>> Ole wrote:
>>>
>>>> Does anyone know what the torque ft.lbs.specifications should be for
>>>> a 2002 F150 with 17" alloy wheels?
>>>>
>>>> My owners manual does not list the torque specs.
>>>>
>>>> Thanks in advance
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> For wheels with the 14mm lugs, it is 150 ft lbs. Those are year 2000
>>> and above. For the 12mm lugs it is 100 ft lbs. Those are year 97-99.
>>> The last I looked, the torque specs were in the 2002 manual, although
>>> they may have been added later. You can go to
>>> www.motorcraftservice.com and download an updated manual.

>>
>>
>> My lug nuts are 21mm. I am guessing they should be 150 ft. lbs

>
> Yes the lug nuts are 21mm. The lugs (the bolt part) are 14mm.


O.K. I get it now. 150 ft. lbs is what they will be torqued from now on.

Thank to all for the info

 
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Re: F150 Lug nut torque specs

Marlin Singer wrote:
> Ole wrote:
>
>> Marlin Singer wrote:
>>
>>> Ole wrote:
>>>
>>>> Does anyone know what the torque ft.lbs.specifications should be for
>>>> a 2002 F150 with 17" alloy wheels?
>>>>
>>>> My owners manual does not list the torque specs.
>>>>
>>>> Thanks in advance
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> For wheels with the 14mm lugs, it is 150 ft lbs. Those are year 2000
>>> and above. For the 12mm lugs it is 100 ft lbs. Those are year 97-99.
>>> The last I looked, the torque specs were in the 2002 manual, although
>>> they may have been added later. You can go to
>>> www.motorcraftservice.com and download an updated manual.

>>
>>
>> My lug nuts are 21mm. I am guessing they should be 150 ft. lbs

>
> Yes the lug nuts are 21mm. The lugs (the bolt part) are 14mm.


O.K. I get it now. 150 ft. lbs is what they will be torqued from now on.

Thank to all for the info
 
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