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Old 12-05-2012, 03:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Tork spec's ?

What are the tork spac's for the lug nuts on an '07 FJ? I installed wheel spacers & I want to tork the wheel lug nuts, after driving for a week or so now. Tanx, MAXX
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Old 12-05-2012, 03:29 PM   #2 (permalink)
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FJ Cruiser Quick Specs.txt
Common Torque Specs:
-Engine Oil Drain Plug: 30 ft/lbs.
Gasket: 90430-12028 or 90430-12031
-Front Diff:
Fill Plug: 29 ft/lbs.
Drain Plug: 48 ft/lbs.
Fill Plug Gasket: 12157-10010
Drain Plug Gasket: 90430-24003
-Rear Diff:
Fill & Drain Plugs: 36 ft/lbs
Gaskets: 12157-10010
-Transfer case
Fill & Drain Plugs: 27 ft/lbs
Gaskets: 90430-18008
-Manual Transmission
Fill Plug.....27 ft-lbs
Drain Plug.....27 ft-lbs
Gaskets: 90430-18008
-wheel Nuts 113 Nm (11.5 kgfm, 85 ftlbf)
-Drive/Propeller shaft bolts: 88 N*m (899 kgf*cm, 65 ft.*lbf)
(u-joint flange yokes on both drive shafts: 65 ft. lbs.)
-Spark Plugs: 14 ft/lbs
-Ignition coils: 7.4 ft/lbs
-Stock skids: 21ft/lb's
-Skid Plate bolts - 25 ft/lbs
-Brake Caliper - 110 ft/lbs
-Body Mounts: 35 ft/lbs
-Outer Tie-rod end (steering): Donahoe says 54 ft/lbs
-Front Coilovers
Top 3 bolts - Donahoe says 30 ft/lbs... Toyota dealer says 47 ft/lbs
Lower Bolt (LCA): Toyota dealer says 100 ft/lbs
-Front UCA
Upper ball joint turning torque 4.5 N*m (46 kgf*cm, 40 in.*lbf) or less
Long Bolts: Toyota dealer says 85 ft/lbs
Spindle joint: Toyota dealer says 81 ft/lbs
-Front LCA
Lower ball joint turning torque 3.0 N*m (31 kgf*cm, 27 in.*lbf) or less
-Front Stabilizer link ball joint turning torque 0.05 to 1.96 N*m (0.5 to 20.0 kgf*cm, 0.4 to 17.3 in.*lbf)
-Rear Upper Control Arms bolts - 59 ftlbs
-Rear Lower Control Arms bolts - 96 ftlbs
Rear Stabilizer link ball joint turning torque: 0.05 to 1.96 N*m (0.5 to 20.0 kgf*cm, 0.4 to 17.3 in.*lbf)


85 to 90 is the typical torque specs on most vehicles.
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Old 12-05-2012, 03:44 PM   #3 (permalink)
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WOW, Kool, That should take care of any other tork related questions. Thanks.
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Haha what happened to the delete button?
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I like tork better!
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