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09-03-2019 05:51 AM
Jacksamson Know Thy Nuts, It May Just Save Your Life.
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11-17-2015 05:10 AM
Stevinfleeming Did installed the lug-nuts on the spare with torque wrench. Adjusted to correct 76 - 100 ft-lb. As if you are having a bit of problem. Check user manual and go with senior's advice here.
03-25-2013 11:17 PM
Wheel Torque is 76 ft. *lbf

Per the 2007 Factory Repair Manual for the IS 250/350 the torque is 76 lbs.
06-05-2008 04:01 PM
ISFChamp Anything I can do to help !!! I want to hear people enjoying the IS-F's, not wrecking them !!

Anytime anyone needs anything, just let me know !!!
06-05-2008 03:44 PM
Thanks to Andy's info, I was able to check my >

wheel nuts last night. All but two nuts, which both happened to be on the L rear wheel, were perfect. The two that were not set right were just a few pounds below spec. Now all click at 76 Ft #'s. Thanks again Andy for the great info.
06-04-2008 06:36 PM
ISFChamp My pleasure !! Want to make sure everyone's safe !!!
06-04-2008 06:10 PM
76 Ft Lbs, perfect! Thanks Andy, really do appreciate

your finding that out for all of us ! Will check mine tonight......
06-04-2008 06:05 PM
ISFChamp Ok, I asked my Assistant Sevice Manager to make sure I got the right info. He is one of the only guys in the Service Department that follows my rules: If you don't know the answer, don't lie, and go find out !!!

76 Ft Lbs is what is recommended !!
06-04-2008 05:30 PM
Andy, since the question has been breeched, would you

please be so kind as to find out what the proper torque is so that we can check our IS-F's out? I'm sure you'd agree that we're all are better off having them at the right torque then to loose or to tight.

Thanks in advance!!!
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