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Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Problems and Questions Forum' started by pirate air, Feb 23, 2012.

  1. NickPic83

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    10mm

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    10mm head? But it's probably a special bolt that normally takes a 13mm socket given the shank size
     
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    10mm x 1.25 threads
     
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    Spreadsheet with Air Pirate's data in it

    I am not sure if this is helpful to anyone but I took the data that Air Pirate posted and organized it in a spreadsheet.

    HTH
    http://goo.gl/WLoFGT
     
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    I am ready to install the rear ABS sensor shield from Addictive Desert Designs.
    Can you find the torque spec for the bolts? (see pic)
    TIA.
     

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    Torque Spec for Rear Sensor Bolts

    I just received the Helms CD version of the 2014 F150 Service Manual.
    The front and rear sensor bolts are 133 lb-in.
     
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    Torque Wrenches

    Look like Ill need a couple of torque wrenches to cover the range here, I am breaking my ass on the Internet trying to figure out what quality TW to get, you all have any suggestions? Lost 12ft Lbs to 406ft lbs

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    Thank you Baby Jesus, I was just going to do the same, I owe you lots of Beers, TX
     
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    150 on the lug nuts? Is this raptor specific? I thought they were always 100?
     
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    The raptor lug nuts are 150 ft-lbs of torque.

    I use the 1/2" drive Bowline electronic torque wrench. It goes up to 150. It will beep when you reach the set torque value. I wish it went higher, but it works well. It runs of 3 AA batteries and has a nice hard plastic case. They use to be a supporting vendor on here.

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    this is good to know. This probably saved my life down the road
     

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