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For those of you running the muteki sr48, what do you torque your lugs too? They say 75 but our specs say 100. Any input would be greatly appreciated

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For those of you running the muteki sr48, what do you torque your lugs too? They say 75 but our specs say 100. Any input would be greatly appreciated

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I would always go off of what the Vehicle manufacturer says, not what the lugs say. 75lbs is not nearly enough in my book.
 

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I would always go off of what the Vehicle manufacturer says, not what the lugs say. 75lbs is not nearly enough in my book.
Thats what i thought, im just worried that the lugs cant handle 100

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Thats what i thought, im just worried that the lugs cant handle 100

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If they are steel lugs, you have nothing to worry about. If they are aluminum then yes I would worry.
 

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If they are steel lugs, you have nothing to worry about. If they are aluminum then yes I would worry.
They say they are chrome vanadium steel, which i assume they are, i guess we'll see what happens. Thanks elyk864 for your help

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They say they are chrome vanadium steel, which i assume they are, i guess we'll see what happens. Thanks elyk864 for your help

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You're good to go then if they are steel, just torque to OE vehicle specs now.
 
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