Torque settings (1 Viewer)

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Can someone explain the torque setting in the enclosed photo
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Misterg

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450 Nm ± 15 Nm (i.e. 435 Nm to 465 Nm)

Best have an extra shredded wheat for brekky.
 

Misterg

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On a rear hub. :LOL:

The fronts are just over half that.

??o_O

Sorry, don't understand?

The rear hub nuts on my old VW camper were 250 ft lbs / 340NM - bent a 3/4" breaker bar on them (it was a cheap one). (Fronts were taper roller so adjusted on clearance, but don't see how that's relevant).
 

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??o_O

Sorry, don't understand?

The rear hub nuts on my old VW camper were 250 ft lbs / 340NM - bent a 3/4" breaker bar on them (it was a cheap one). (Fronts were taper roller so adjusted on clearance, but don't see how that's relevant).
V dub = rear wheel drive
Ducato =front wheel drive
The requested torque is for rear hubs.
You don't want 450nm on a rear stub axle.

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pappajohn

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It appears the someone does! o_O
How can you possibly tighten a nut to 45nm plus/minus 450nm.

Its there in black and white....... Rear hub... Tighten to 45nm

daNm @ 0.1 would be around plus/minus 7nm or 38nm to 52nm
which makes perfect sense for a rear hub.

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