Torque Specifications of F150 Wheels?

Answer Wheels on a Ford F150 truck should be inspected every 7,500 miles or six months, whichever comes first. If the wheel's bolt holes have become elongated or flattened then replace the wheel. Lug nuts... Read More »

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Specifications for the Outer Pinion Bearing Torque on a 1998 F150?

Most nuts and bolts that hold your 1998 Ford F150 truck together have a specific torque value to which they are supposed to be torqued. The outer pinion bearing on the front of the differential is ... Read More »

How to Torque the Wheels on a Ferrari 308?

The Ferrari 308 is a mid-engine sports car that was produced from 1975 until 1985, when it was replaced by the 328. Designed by Pininfarina, the Ferrari 308 was available as a coupe, called the GTB... Read More »

How to Torque the Wheels When Replacing a Damaged Lug Nut Stud?

When replacing a damaged lug nut stud, it is important to torque the new lug nuts to the correct amount. Doing so can prevent damage to the lug nuts and wheel while preventing the wheel from coming... Read More »

How to Fill a 1994 F150 Torque Converter?

After major work requiring disassembly or a full rebuild, it is often necessary to refill an automatic transmission's torque converter. This component acts as a fluid coupling between the engine an... Read More »