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Old 06-13-2012, 04:59 PM   #1
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</span>Looking to get a few things together to have on hand before my rig arrives (which is STILL sitting at the factory waiting for a driver) what I need to find out is what the size of the socket I need for the lug nuts on the G614's and what is the requiredtorque? Thanks


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The lug wrench is 3/4" and the torque is 95 ft/lbs.
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Old 06-13-2012, 06:30 PM   #3
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The lug wrench is 3/4" and the torque is 95 ft/lbs.

Thanks for the info IbelieveI have a deep 3/4 already again thanks 5th Time

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Mike, where did you get the 95 ft/lbs?? The lugs on our Montana were torqued at 110 to 120 Ft/Lbs with the Alloy Wheels, they were 1/2 studs
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The lug wrench is 3/4" and the torque is 95 ft/lbs.






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for what it's worth. the owners guide says 110-120 ft/lbs, but doesn't say if there is a differance between the g-tires or disk brake system. anyone have the owners manuel on the disk brake system.



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It will depend if the Disc Brakes use the same size studs. When we upgraded to the MorRyde IS and Disc Brakes on our Montana the Dexter Disc hubs had 9/16 Studs vs the OEM 1/2 Studs. The 9/16 studs take a higher torque. As for manual, don't think I received one for the Disc Brakes, but I'll have to go out a double check, but manuals were very lacking. Might be worth a note to Lippert to see what they have to say.
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I had to ask the dealer's tech when they balanced my tires - since there were no chassis manuals to be found (shocker).
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I had to ask the dealer's tech when they balanced my tires - since there were no chassis manuals to be found (shocker).

So they are 9/16????

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&lt;span ="Apple-tab-span" style="white-spacere"&gt;&lt;/span&gt;Looking to get a few things together to have on hand before my rig arrives (which is STILL sitting at the factory waiting for a driver) what I need to find out is what the size of the socket I need for the lug nuts on the G614's and what is the required¬*torque? ¬*Thanks


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Does the G614's take a different rim than the Marathons does? Both are 16" rims.
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Louis, yep the Marathons are on rims only rated to 80 PSI, while the 614s come on wheels rated for 110 PSI. Can only assume that 80 PSI rims must be a few cents cheaper than the 110 PSI rims. I will have to say that our 2010 Montana that came with Marathons at least had 110 PSI rims, so when we upgraded only had to get tires.
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