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Torque values

Rotorhead

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Installing new hubs, rotors and pads, in need of proper torque values for hub bolts, caliper mount bolts and pad bolts, I searched. Early 2005 Signature LTD Town Car..
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Town

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Whatever did you do with that top stud? Common to put a nut on stud to hold the disc in place but that combination looks weird.
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Rotorhead

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Slid a 3/4-16 nut and a washer over the stud to hold the rotor in place while installing the pads, those fancy keyed lug nuts bottom pretty quick without a wheel. Glad you noticed!
Passenger side hub bearing had a slight tick in it, 85k.
Car drives smooth now,
Next on the list is to upgade the tunes, I replaced the broken CD player with a Kenwood double din, no nav, head and replaced the package tray speakers with some JBL speakers, now it is time to do it right.
I was surprised to find a factory amp and sub, Can't find any info on a 5 speaker system....
 

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