Re: Lug nut torque spec on my 03 Ranger
Paul O. wrote:
> "Marlin Singer" <marlin.singer@verizon.SPAMDAM.net> wrote in message
>> Paul O. wrote:
>>> I just looked at the manual and it says to torque the lug nuts to 100
>>> ft/lbs. It does not make a distinction between the steel wheels or the
>>> alum. wheels that are on my vechicle. Is it the same for both? Also what
>>> is the tolerance? I have an old torque wrench, but have no idea how
>>> accurate it is. Thanks again.
>> Yes, it is the same for both. If you are not sure about your torque
>> wrench, get it calibrated or replace it.
> Ok, thanks. Think I will get a new one to start with. I can calibrate it
> myself at work. Is the Husky, 50-250 ft/lb, at Home Depot a good way to go?
Unfortunately, I can't help you there. Have never used a Husky. All my
new tools are either Craftsman or Snap-on. Both of which I have never
had problems with and you can order on-line.