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Front wheels bearing nut torque spec?

Just curious? Changed mine out the other weekend and going to check them again tonight.

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The FSM for a 92 with Dana 60 says tighten inner lock nut to 50 FT. lbs. then loosen it and retighten to 31-39 FT lbs. while turning hub then back off nut 135-150 degrees to set free play. The outer nut gets torqued 160-205 ft. lbs.
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