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Sentra Wheel Torque

Anyone know the torque for the stock 16 inch Sentra wheels? Somewhere in the neighborhood of 75-80 ft-lbs I believe?
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post #2 of 11 Old 03-16-2003, 10:54 AM
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i know the specs are 80. they should be the same.

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I believe the literature said 75 when I bought mine.

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73 - 86 ft-lbs. is the spec.

80 is good.
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Hey sonny , what's the SE # , I can't seem to remember ? I'm putting on my new 17" wheels in about an hour or so .
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80 is good.
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Ok , thanks
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if not, then try 80.

that should work.
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73 - 86 ft-lbs. is the spec.

80 is good.
Just looked it up an hour ago while removing my snow tires. This is correct. Section 8 in the owner's manual.

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the basic rule is 80 for imports and 100 for domestics. i dont swear by it but whatever....

I use 80 for all nissans.

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