REAR AXLE BEARING TORQUE 5500 DODGE - Ram Pickup 3500 Dodge Cars & Trucks. Thanks for all the info.
03 SO 2wd 530,000 miles and counting. Over 6,000 Automotive Torque Specs. you need to check your socket buddy :whip: :whip: :whip: I took that one from work thinking it was the right size and it was just a hair to small even after I buzzed the rust off the nut. WHEEL NUT TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS (shown in ft. I tried searching but hub and nut are both three letter words and it omits them :banghead:Back in the common snail game. Replaced rear axle pinion bearing and seal, need to know pinion nut torque spec. Make Model Submodel Year Range Torque; ALFA ROMEO: 164: 4 DOOR / QUAD. Dodge Lug Nut Torque Specifications Here are Dodge Lug Nut Torque Specifications.
My 1/2 only went to 250, but I marked the nut and axle w/nail polish. Mine was 1 11/16 and I remember the torque about 263 ft lb. Axle Nut - 132 ft lbs Beginning Torque, Then Rotate 5 to 10 ~ Times With a Final Torque of 263 ft lbs ... Lug Nut 9/16 X 18 with Flat Washer (4500, 5500 - DRW) -----148 ft lbs ... We’re the ultimate Dodge RAM forum to talk about the RAM 1500, 2500 and … Oh well, autozone had the right one so I just added another socket to my collection :lol4: Mine was 1 11/16 and I remember the torque about 263 ft lb. ", but that would probably come out to about the same as posted above.X3. Thanks a ton Brandon, this is immensely helpful; I really appreciate you taking the time to find and post this. Align nut to next cotter pin hole and install new cotter pin. I found a diffrent chart that was diffrent from this one.I always just hand tighten oil pan plugs with a wrench until they are snug; I torque stuff that moves or bears weight like wheel lugs. I have a 3ft cheater bar that I made and slipped it onto my 3/4 drive socket wrench. I've seen a few stripped out oil pans from shops using air tools on the plugs:doh:We’re the ultimate Dodge RAM forum to talk about the RAM 1500, 2500 and 3500 including the Cummins powered models. 03 SO 2wd 530,000 miles and counting. I'm fixin' to install Bilstein 4600s on my truck, and was looking for the torque specs.