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      11-26-2012, 07:08 PM   #28
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I always use a torque wrench when I can and I too am in the anti-seize camp. I only use it on the threads though never the tapered lug seats - you don't want those to be lubricated. Even if you don't use anti-seize on the threads, I'd seriously recommend using it on the hub protrusions - just ask my car. (I'm sure that pounding the wheels off with a hammer and block of wood the first time I took them off was good for the wheel bearings.)