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      11-16-2009, 05:49 PM   #1
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Where to buy 46lb tq wrench for installing mtech wheel.

Mtech wheel is on the way,
looks like I need tq wrench and some proper tools.
but I dont really have any of them....where should I look for for cheap price.

p.s I dont mind if anyone try to help with their tools.
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      11-16-2009, 06:01 PM   #2
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Thats pretty overkill, just gauge it by hand.
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      11-16-2009, 06:11 PM   #3
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Canadian tire is your friend... every few weeks they have the mastercraft maximum ones on sale. Those are bad ass. I have one and couldnt be happier.
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cdn tire torque wrenches are pretty good. but a cheap one at princess auto will do the trick too.
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Go to Princess Auto in Coquitlam.
Get a $45 torque wrench
http://www.princessauto.com/tools/ha...=torque+wrench
Get a $3.60 17 mm socket for E90:
http://www.princessauto.com/tools/ha...d=17+mm+socket
and get anti seize to lube between your wheel and your wheel hub.
http://www.princessauto.com/shop-gar...seize-compound

If your current wheels are seized, get ready with a rubber mallet.


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Mtech wheel is on the way,
looks like I need tq wrench and some proper tools.
but I dont really have any of them....where should I look for for cheap price.

p.s I dont mind if anyone try to help with their tools.
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      11-17-2009, 02:49 PM   #6
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Go to Princess Auto in Coquitlam.
Get a $45 torque wrench
http://www.princessauto.com/tools/ha...=torque+wrench
Get a $3.60 17 mm socket for E90:
http://www.princessauto.com/tools/ha...d=17+mm+socket
and get anti seize to lube between your wheel and your wheel hub.
http://www.princessauto.com/shop-gar...seize-compound

If your current wheels are seized, get ready with a rubber mallet.
you sure its 17mm socket? i thought it is 16mm bolt that holds steering wheel to the hub
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It's a 16mm hex bolt. Just get yourself a 6inch (there's 10 and 12 inch as well at Canadian tire) extension, 16mm socket and a ratchet and you're good to go.
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Yes, 16 mm, sorry...my bad.
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just tighten the nuts on man... its only a wheel, not a head gasket.

dont forget to re torgue the nuts a day later after you have driven for a bit. sometimes the nuts will loosen.
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"and get anti seize to lube between your wheel and your wheel hub."

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"and get anti seize to lube between your wheel and your wheel hub."

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Ok, I'll be the one to ask why you are looking for a "46lb tq wrench" when the spec is 88 ft lbs?
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torque wrench

usually crappy tire has a program of lending tools.....just barrow one... cause you need it only for a day...too bad I live 18 hrs away otherwise I'll lend you it...anyways a good torque wrench will from 150- 300 dollars.....I think the torque specs for it is 80-100 ftpnds......and torque on a proper sequence...
good luck..
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usually crappy tire has a program of lending tools.....just barrow one... cause you need it only for a day...too bad I live 18 hrs away otherwise I'll lend you it...anyways a good torque wrench will from 150- 300 dollars.....I think the torque specs for it is 80-100 ftpnds......and torque on a proper sequence...
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do they lend any type of tools??
even basic ratchet and sockets?
i am just too cheap to buy those
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Holee, just read this thread...

OP is talking about the STEERING wheel, not wheels and tires kinda wheels.

No anti-seize is required as Klowny pointed out. 88ft/lbs is for the wheels and tires kinda wheels.
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Holee, just read this thread...

OP is talking about the STEERING wheel, not wheels and tires kinda wheels.

No anti-seize is required as Klowny pointed out. 88ft/lbs is for the wheels and tires kinda wheels.
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