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Old 11-28-2007, 09:51 AM   #1
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Default Axle nut torque specs

I searched, coudln't find it, and don't have this model year's Helm's manual. I'm doing some work on a 2001 Civic LX, and need to find the torque specs for the axle nut, anyone have that info handy?
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I have the Helm's for a gen. 7.

I'll check it after work and if you haven't gotten any info. I will post it for you.

Just the axle nut?
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Yeah just the axle nut. I know for an Integra it's 134 ft-lbs, but I don't know how close they're going to be between generations and similar vehicles. Especially since this one has the strange steering rack location, it may be different. I've got a Helms for my old '92, but again, I'm not sure how close they'll be. Maybe we'll average the Integra, the 4th gen, and the 7th gen Click the image to open in full size.
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If you're referring to the Spline Nut for the hubs, it's 135 lb/ft.
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That's the one, thanks. I'm surprised it's that low, on the Mazda 6 it's 179 - 204 ft-lbs
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just stand on it, you swage it on anyways, it isnt coming back out.
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i hit it with the impact gun until it stops turning.
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Yep, windy gun the bad boy till it rattles.
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