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I'm replacing passenger side front CV axle and need the following torque specs..

Axle nut
Caliper bracket bolts
Caliper guide pin bolts
Hub bolts
Lug nuts (103?)
Lower ball joint
Upper ball joint
strut mounting bolts

Sooner the better, luckily I don't have to go anywhere until the 2nd.

HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE
 

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I'm replacing passenger side front CV axle and need the following torque specs..

Axle nut
Caliper bracket bolts
Caliper guide pin bolts
Hub bolts
Lug nuts (103?)
Lower ball joint
Upper ball joint
strut mounting bolts

Sooner the better, luckily I don't have to go anywhere until the 2nd.

HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE
Welcome aboard! I also do all my own repair work.

Torque in Pound Feet

Axle Nut - 103
Caliper Bracket Bolts - 133
Caliper Guide Pin Bolts - 31
Wheel Hub Bolts - 77
Lug Nuts - 103
Lower Ball Joint - 81
Upper Ball Joint Pinch Bolt - 31
Shock Module upper retaining nuts - 33
Shock module yoke to lower control arm retaining nut to - 81
 

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Ok, thanks. Kinda got stuck trying to get the old axle out, so neighbor's coming over tomorrow to help out.
 

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Axle nut torque

Thanks for the info. Just finishing replacing oil pan,front diff,diconnect and axle assm. On my 2004 TB. In my drive way.....quite a chore.... but with all you guys on this forum I got the answers I needed !
 
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