How tight should a trailer axle nut be?
Tighten the axle nut with a socket and torque wrench; torque the axle nut between 15 to 20-ft pounds of torque to preload the axle bearings. Rotate the hub eight to 10 revolutions by hand to fully seat the bearing races. Loosen the axle nut until it is freely loose, then finger-tighten the axle nut.
How do you torque a pro torque nut?
Using a torque wrench:Using a torque wrench:1 (A) Tighten the nut to 200 ft-lbs.Spin the wheel at least one full rotation.(B) Tighten the nut to 200 ft-lbs.Spin the wheel at least one full rotation.(C) Tighten the nut to 200 ft-lbs.2 Back off until loose.Using a torque wrench:
How tight do you tighten wheel bearings?
Tighten the nut so that it is verifiably firm, but not overly tight. To check this, look at the notches on the nut. The nut itself will have notches in it on the ends. You will also see on the axle that there will be a hole going through it.
Is an axle nut reverse thread?
Registered. It is right hand threads, normal. M22x1. 5, with a 30mm 12pt nut.
How much does replacing an axle cost?
The repairs can cost you anywhere from $170 to $900 or more. It depends primarily on the kind of car you have, as the parts will range in price quite a bit. Labor costs are typically between $100 and $200, but a few cars will cost more. It just depends on how long the mechanic has to work to change out your axle.