INSTALL EACH NUT ONE AT A TIME?
1992 Ford Thunderbird • 69,875 miles
To install the rear hub nut do I install as one assembly or do I install each nut one at a time, what is the torque spec. The hub nut which I just got from the dealer consists of three nuts enclosed in a wrap around locking device. Do I need to separate the nuts and install one at a time or is supposed to be installed as one assembly as it comes from the dealer
October 6, 2012.
October 6, 2012.
There are three nuts inside the complete Hub nut. Do I separate the nuts or install it as one unit. Need torque specs also.
Here is another picture of it almost on the Axle. I am afraid that the 3 nuts are not lined up and will cross thread if I install them as one.
That is the hub retainer nut and is torqued at 188-254 ft. Lbs. Only one nut is used. Does the old one have 3?
There are three inside the retainer, so I should treat as just 1 nut and torque it the spec? Should I use lock-tite
Torquing can only be done one at a time, you cannot torque all thre at same time. Are you sure you can get all 3 nuts onto the spindle?
I need the cylinder torque pattern and the ft lb torque spec
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