What size is a Subaru axle nut?

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What size is a Subaru axle nut?

32mm

What size is axle nut on 2005 Silverado?

35mm on my 05, used it yesterday to take out my axle.

What is the torque spec?

Manufacturers determine the amount of torque that is needed to stretch a bolt or stud the correct amount and they include that torque specification in their service documentation. It is important to note that most engine torque specs require 30w engine oil to get the correct stretch on the bolt.

What happens if you don’t torque to spec?

Insufficient torque Engines that are running, tend to vibrate. In the case of insufficient torque, it’s the stud or the bolt itself that suffers all the impact, causing it to shear. Alternatively, the engine’s vibrations can cause the bolt or nut to come undone, displacing the tensioner.

How tight should lug nuts be tightened?

Push the wheel home on the hub and using your socket wrench, tighten the wheel nuts just enough to hold the wheel snugly. Work in a criss cross pattern, tightening the nut that is almost directly opposite from the nut that you just tightened.

Do I need a torque wrench for bottom bracket?

You’ll need a BB tool for the BB, no torque wrench needed. For the crank arm, just make it hand tight with an allen key/wrench and it’ll be close enough. Proper installation is more critical than torque values, so be sure to follow the instructions.

How do you use the BBB torque wrench?

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Do I need a torque wrench for my bike?

Unless you’re a master bike mechanic or intuitively know how to apply precise force measurements, you should USE a torque wrench to tighten nuts and bolts to specific bicycle manufacture specifications. Also, most bicycle manufacturer’s warranties can be voided unless a torque wrench was used.