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torque specs for ranger wheel lugs?

what is the official torque lbs to use for the wheel lugs on an 01-03 ranger?
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90-100 ft pnds.

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WRONG!!!

it is 100, trust me i torque cars every day. you can also do a search that will also say that the correct torque is 100
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i always do 90-100... sue me...
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Leo, you know i love you :D LOL
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depends. Aluminum wheels take 90-100. Steel 100lb/ft
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The 2002 S/M says 100 lb-ft and does not make a distinction between steel and aluminum wheels.
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great thanks guys!
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the very large majority of ford 1/2 studs will be 100 lb/fts



and leo its lb./fts instead of ft/lbs...
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About 100.
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