How Much Torque is Needed for Wheel Bearing Nuts on a Dodge Truck?

Answer Tighten the Dodge nut to 185 ft. lbs. (271 N.m). If you feel there's still play in it, go another turn, but make sure the wheel hub doesn't bind up. Grease well before testing.SourceAlldata

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