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    Default BX-24 Lug nut torque

    What is the front and rear lug nut torque for a BX-24
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    Default Re: BX-24 Lug nut torque

    Quote Originally Posted by HVACDIESEL View Post
    What is the front and rear lug nut torque for a BX-24
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    I do not have a bx 24; but is one to assume that you do not have a manual for the machine?
    Kevin

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    Default Re: BX-24 Lug nut torque

    HVAC,

    Lug nut torque from op. manual:

    Front: 110-132ft lb
    Rear: 80-96ft lb

    Matt.
    Kubota BX24 TLB, Loaded R4s, Wallenstein Thumb, Kubota FEL Q/A, Kubota Pallet Forks

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    Default Re: BX-24 Lug nut torque

    Quote Originally Posted by kevinj View Post
    I do not have a bx 24; but is one to assume that you do not have a manual for the machine?
    I am far from home and have 2 flat tire's from dry rotted valve stem's.But one should not assume with out knowing the whole story.

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    Default Re: BX-24 Lug nut torque

    Quote Originally Posted by HVACDIESEL View Post
    I am far from home and have 2 flat tire's from dry rotted valve stem's.But one should not assume with out knowing the whole story.
    And had you given that piece of info I would have gladly given you the spec for a standard BX. Hope you get it going soon.
    Kevin

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    Default Re: BX-24 Lug nut torque

    My BX24 doesn't have any lug nuts....

    Hey did everyone know there is a spot under the seat to keep the manual?

    ...and NO, I don't keep mine there either

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyco View Post
    Hey did everyone know there is a spot under the seat to keep the manual?

    ...and NO, I don't keep mine there either
    I thought that was a rag holder for checking fluids! That's what I keep there.
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    X2 for rag holder

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    Bro-Tek web site www.bro-tek.com

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