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Audi Lug Bolt Torque Specs
In a message dated 97-07-21 18:23:23 EDT, email@example.com writes:
<< > Fellow Audians: In his recent "Warp Rotor Maddness" post, Paul Royal
> indicated that he "re-torqued all the lug nuts on the car to 85lbs."
> Just last week, my mechanic told me the appropriate lug nut torque spec
> was 80ft.lbs. So, what is the appropriate torque spec for the lug nuts
> on an '91 Audi 200 TQ.
Hmm. The factory recommends 110Nm for the ur-quattro's Ronals.
IMO this is too low - I torque at 125Nm.
Phil Payne >>
I agree with Phil and Paul. My owner's manual for the '90 V8 states 80 ft
lbs(110 Nm). I always tighten to 85 ft lbs (115 Nm). Also note that these
are COLD torqueing specs. Aluminum wheels tend to expand when hot. If you
torque a hot wheel (from spirited driving/braking and such), I would go 95 ft
lbs. The lug bolts on audis are very strong. JMHO.
90 V8Q 178k+