[s-cars] More on audi wheel bolts/studs/torque
mlped at qwest.net
Mon Oct 21 22:51:44 EDT 2002
Is this of any helP?
"..only 10% of the applied torque generates preload..." followed by
something about molybdenum-disulphide grease etc.
say about 1/2 the way down the page. Or
FWIW, Loctite's opinion may be located somewhere in
in which it seems the discussion perhaps ought to be (per Monica Lewinsky) a
little more specific about what kind of anti-seize you blokes are using on
~From: s-car-list On Behalf Of QSHIPQ at aol.com
~Many have, including audisport. It happens. Lubricant is a wet torque
~specification, which means the use of it adds torque (yes Bernie, I ckd).
~Wet torque is always less than dry torque. Depending on the brand and
~content of the A/S you use (they are not ALL created equal), this will
~Even if you decide to use A/S, retorquing of the wheels should be
~procedure, since the "backing" out isn't necessarily a A/S problem.
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