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Hello All

 

Can you tell me what your procedures of verifying proper wheel torque in your shop?

 

What do you require your techs to do to prevent forgetting to torque them once the car hits the ground?

 

Also where do you get the torque specs from?

 

I am looking for either a book that just has wheel torque or some type of wall chart so that techs can access this information quickly. I have a chart that came with the torque sticks but it is outdated and looking it up in Mitchell takes too much time.

 

Thanks

 

Gary

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