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Hi Everyone,
I recently purchased wheel locks for my Sky. While installing them I noticed that some of the lugs nuts we not as tight as they should have been on my car. I would advise everyone to check theirs as soon as you can. It's always better to be safe than sorry.
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About a month ago on a post here on this forum a member mentioned that her wheel/tire fell off her Sky while on the Highway damaging her Sky!

This has happened...The dealership should be cking on this before they give thier customers thier Skys...

Most do...but it's obvious not all are.

When I pick mine up you will be sure I ck.
 

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When checking the lug nuts, be sure to use a quality torque wrench. The torque spec for the Sky is 100 Ft Lbs. You can easily snap off a lug stud if you overtighten it. I found 2 lug nuts "loose" on one of the front wheels on my Sky.
 

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Way2Fast said:
When checking the lug nuts, be sure to use a quality torque wrench. The torque spec for the Sky is 100 Ft Lbs. You can easily snap off a lug stud if you overtighten it. I found 2 lug nuts "loose" on one of the front wheels on my Sky.
Good to know. Thanks. :thumbs:
 
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