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Does anyone know the proper bolt T for 1025 wheels. I’ve read it here and just searched all different ways. I cannot find where I read it and lost where I wrote it down. Want to do it right before wheel weights go back on and cover lug bolts.
 

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It looks like it depends on your serial number. Some manuals show 70 ft-lb for front and rear and other manuals show 89 ft-lb. Go figure. :)
 
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It looks like it depends on your serial number. Some manuals show 70 ft-lb for front and rear and other manuals show 89 ft-lb. Go figure. :)
Thanks. Never would have guessed that the same tractors with basically the same everything would have different tourque on the same thing. Maybe I should compromise and go 79.5 ft-lbs !
 

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Allot of factors in clamping force. A simple change in coatings on the rim fro standard paint to powder could have driven the change.
 
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