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  1. #1

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    Default Correct lug nut torques

    The operator's manual for my new L3400DT shows the lug nut torques as 160 ft-lbs for the front and 100 ft-lbs for the rear. Is this an error? The front nuts are smaller than the rear; why would they have higher settings?

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    Default Re: Correct lug nut torques

    Coda:
    WSM for the L2900-L3300-L3600-L4200 calls for all, Front 100 ft-lbs. Rear 160 ft-lbs [img]/forums/images/graemlins/tongue.gif[/img]. KennyV.
    PS. Welcome to TBN, as a rule some pretty good folks around this site [img]/forums/images/graemlins/laugh.gif[/img]

  3. #3

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    Kubota L5030HST

    Default Re: Correct lug nut torques

    Coda -

    I'd say that's a typo all right - according to my manual, the wheel nut torque for all Grand L 30's is 100 front, 160 rear. The 3400 is probably the same.

    Good call, and welcome to TBN!

    John

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