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What are the rear hub nut torque settings on a renault clio?

by Guest9634  |  11 years, 5 month(s) ago

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Could you tel me the setting of rear hub nut torque settingon a renault clio.Please help me!

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  1. James Augustus

    I think you need to know about Torx. Torx is a 6-point star-shaped pattern s***w head (pronounced "torks") designed by Camcar Textron. People do not know much about it. They usually term it as star, as in star screwdriver or star bits or sometime call it torque. International Organization for Standardization has standardized it by issuing ISO 10664 certificate.
     Torx screws are easily avaialable on automobiles, motorcycles, bicycle brake systems, hard disk drives, computer systems and consumer electronics. They were sometimes used in applications requiring tamper-resistance, when the drive systems and screwdrivers were not widely available; as drivers became more common, tamper-resistant variants, as described below, were developed. Today, Usage of Torx screws is gaining popularity in construction industries as well.
    You can get head bolts for your 2002 Cavalier 2.2 from any auto mechanical equipment shop.
    Torx head sizes are described by capital letter "T", with number. These are available in different sizes and shapes. A smaller number will correspond to a smaller point-to-point dimension of the s***w head. Most widely used sizes include T10, T15 and T25, although they reach as high as T100.
     

  2. Guest3566092
    160n/m

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