Axle Nut Torque?

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In order to work correctly, the axle nut of a car has to have a torque wrench used on it. A torque wrench has the job of applying a specific amount of torque to the axle nut or bolt. The torque wrench usually looks similar to a socket wrench but has special internal parts that help with the torque. A man named Conrad Bahr invented the torque wrench in 1918 and it was originally used to prevent the over tightening of bolts on a water main.
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In order to work correctly, the axle nut of a car has to have a torque wrench used on it. A torque wrench has the job of applying a specific amount of torque ...
Check out this document, specifies 221 ft./lbs. www.autowaresgroup.com/resources/documents/spindle_. nut. _. torque. _specs.pdf. ...
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