More on audi wheel bolts/studs/torque
b.m.benz at prodigy.net
Mon Oct 21 12:36:25 EDT 2002
> From: QSHIPQ at aol.com
> WRT jamb nuts on studs.... I'd never do it, and few fastener manufacturers
> would recommend it. Get the 10.9 grade bolts/nuts and recheck torque often,
> or even more....
Jam nuts will keep the main nut from turning, but that is not the cause of
the loss of clamping torque! Also an impractical waste of time at the
track, how would you get a second wrench on the main nut down in a typical
wheel's bolt well?
The studs and nuts or bolts are way understressed in this application, so no
need to replace at any interval, IMO.
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