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hey, does anyone kno the torque specs for a 4wd 99 2500 front right axle shaft nut, and also the specs on the the wheel bearing carrier flange that bolts to the rotor? its a 4 flange non abs carrier.... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 04-19-2011, 07:40 PM
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hey, does anyone kno the torque specs for a 4wd 99 2500 front right axle shaft nut, and also the specs on the the wheel bearing carrier flange that bolts to the rotor? its a 4 flange non abs carrier.

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The axle nut is 175 ft/lbs. The hub mounting bolts im not sure

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ok thanks. the axle torque spec is the most importent i think for the right ft/lbs. the hub shouldnt be a big deal
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Old 04-21-2011, 10:33 AM
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The axle nut is more important. The hub mounting bolts will have a torque spec, but to be honest I dont think I have ever torqued them. It is a good idea to torque them, but definitely not going to cause your bearing to fail in a month. I searched quickly and found answers from 80-120 ft lbs... Any body have access to Alldata or something to get a spec for the mounting bolts?
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whats alldata? dieseldatabase.com?
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Old 04-21-2011, 02:57 PM
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Im sure you can find it at dieseldatabase.com. All data is a website that shops will use. Its automotive repair software basically
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ok thanks.
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