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Thread: Wheel torque data

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    Default Wheel torque data

    I have had quite a lot of owners asking what the correct wheel torque is for their Ferrari's. Even if you don't remove the wheels yourself it's worth knowing and passing on to whoever is re-fitting your wheels (could be just a tyre shop).

    Always clean the wheel bolts before re-using, but do not lubricate the contact surfaces between the wheel bolts and the wheel rim and also between the wheel rim and brake disc.

    Ideally after torquing the wheel bolts the car should be driven for a couple of miles and then re-checked.

    I have listed in lbft (pound foot)




    308GT4....................65
    308/328...................72
    MON8/QV.................72
    348.........................72
    Mt...........................72
    F40.........................470
    400i.........................72
    TR (single nut)...........325
    T/R,512,F512M...........72
    456..........................72
    355..........................72
    360..........................74
    550/575....................74
    F50..........................502
    430.........................74
    612...........................74
    Last edited by Ferraritech; 10-11-2005 at 11:24 AM.

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