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Assembly Notes all X-33 Axle Applications

Wheel Hub Drive Pin
Torque to 60-90 lbs/ft. You may double nut the bolt which will act as a jam nut (use 1/2"-20 nut). You may also trim any extra bolt length if desired.

Lug Bolts
Install the bolts from the backside so that the threads extend out the face of the hub and engage the wheel. Put a drop of Loc*Tite on the threads under the head of the bolt. Torque to 37-40 lbs/ft.

Hub Loosening
If your wheel hubs come loose, you will probably distort the bores in the hubs. If this happens, your hubs will wobble even when the drive pin is retorqued (tightened). The only solution is to purchase new hubs. There is no warranty for hub loosening, as it is a maintenance/assembly activity. In most cases, billet wheel hubs are stronger and available as replacements.
 
 

 
 
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