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Old 04-24-2015, 06:36 PM   #127
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I know I've seen it somewhere, but what is the torque on the lug nuts?
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Old 04-24-2015, 07:40 PM   #128
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I know I've seen it somewhere, but what is the torque on the lug nuts?
On my 16" Sendels Airstream recommends 125 to 130 ft.lbs.
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Old 04-24-2015, 09:16 PM   #129
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I torqued mine to 125lbs
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Old 04-25-2015, 05:59 AM   #130
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On my 16" Sendels Airstream recommends 125 to 130 ft.lbs.

Did you get that info on Sendel torque someplace from AS? The info I received from them on our 2015, with the Sendel 16" was no different than the stock 15" - 110 Pounds?

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Old 04-25-2015, 07:52 AM   #131
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I read about a thousand posts on tire/wheels, 15"/16". I changed my mind 20 times, back and forth. I argued for and against, both ways. Almost purchased one or the other twice. I finaly just did it, Discount tire said $99 on sendel TO2 16", so I bought them. I dont know if I need them,but they look great, I put BF goodrich commercial tires on them. I simply decided that I liked them, and if I can drive faster with less worry, thats a plus.
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Old 04-25-2015, 09:57 AM   #132
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Did you get that info on Sendel torque someplace from AS? The info I received from them on our 2015, with the Sendel 16" was no different than the stock 15" - 110 Pounds?

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This was off another post in the forum from last fall, so unless they changed it it should be good info. Their max load tire info is wrong...s/b 2680.
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Nice looking rig Bold! Are the truck wheels aftermarket?


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I took that image in Post #132 above while at the factory lounge in January 2014 while our Classic was being built. The tire load rating is incorrect, but the needed info was the torque value for the wheel lug nuts.
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I took that image in Post #132 above while at the factory lounge in January 2014 while our Classic was being built. The tire load rating is incorrect, but the needed info was the torque value for the wheel lug nuts.
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Nice looking rig Bold! Are the truck wheels aftermarket?
Thank you, those are factory Laramie wheels, circa 2010.

And yes, I need a new drop shank, but look how pretty it all is, lol.
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Thank you, those are factory Laramie wheels, circa 2010.



And yes, I need a new drop shank, but look how pretty it all is, lol.

A lot nicer than my boring tundra wheels! Maybe next year I'll get some new chrome ones.


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I also own a 2004 Classic S/O and have a telephony background from years ago. I would like to converse with you. "MontanaPat" pfgartland@msn.com.
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Wheels...

My new 16".....

On the Road 05.18.15 by Tommie Lauer, on Flickr

Wheels are from Trailer Tires and Wheels - Steel & Aluminum Trailer Wheels, Bias & Radial Trailer Tires and they are extremely quick to deliver, phoned me a few minutes after I left a message and answered my questions. Delivery was two days, free!
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Those are nice looking wheels!
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