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    Exclamation JL Wrangler WHEEL TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS

    LUG BOLTS
    Wheel Torque Specifications
    130 Ft-Lbs (176 Nm)
    Lug Bolt Size - M14 x 1.50
    Socket Size - 22 mm

    Spare Tire Torque Specifications
    59 Ft-Lbs (80 Nm)
    Lug Bolt Size - M14 x 1.50
    Socket Size - 22 mm

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    Interesting. Still a 5 lug setup?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    Interesting. Still a 5 lug setup?
    Yes, still 5 lugs but with bolts instead of nuts that go onto studs. This is how the Renegades come so the bolt pattern "might" be different too.

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    Id be surprised if they keep a 5x5. What fun would that be not to change it up


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    JL Wrangler WHEEL TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS

    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Yes, still 5 lugs but with bolts instead of nuts that go onto studs. This is how the Renegades come so the bolt pattern "might" be different too.
    Thats gonna make changing a bigger tire a PITA. Had that set up on my audi. Not a fan. What could be the advantage?


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    Last edited by RanchoRubi; 10-17-2017 at 10:50 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RanchoRubi View Post
    Thats gonna make changing a bigger a PITA. Had that set up on my audi. Not a fan. What could be the advantage?


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    May be a lot of aftermarket opportunity there. Wheel spacers, axle shafts with hubs like the current JK.


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    I don't think I am a fan of bolts instead of studs.

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    Yea not a fan of bolts. Gonna make installing a heavy 37+ tire even more interesting

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    Bolts freaking suck! Good reason to get a set of spacers for the Factory wheels!


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    Higher torque set, maybe I wont lose wheels now. Lol


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