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      08-17-2010, 11:45 AM   #1
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wheel torque specs?

Anyone know whet the torque spec is for e90 wheels?
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BMW has upped wheel torque specs for all BMWs (except X5s) to 87 lb ft., +/- 7.

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BMW has upped wheel torque specs for all BMWs (except X5s) to 87 lb ft., +/- 7.

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Upped to 87? What was it before? I thought the 335s were spec'd at 88 lb ft...
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Upped to 87? What was it before? I thought the 335s were spec'd at 88 lb ft...
72 ft-lbs were the specs prior to 2002 I believe.
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