Interesting citation and it reinforces using a torque wrench or torque stick with air tools to achieve the correct clamping force of the wheel to hub.
But the current thread about torque wrenches, your own comments basically summarized as, not required, in many variations.
I use a torque wrench on all wheels that I work on.
2005 Dodge Ram 2500 5.9L 6 Speed
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