Discussion in 'E85/E86 Z4 M roadster/coupe (2006-2008)' started by hutten, Jul 19, 2012.
Does anyone have the lug TORGUE specs for tightening the wheels for 2007 Z-4 M Coupe?
Bought some new Michelin Super Sport Tires, for my 2007 Z 4 M Coupe. Does anyone know / or where I can find, the Torque specs for the lug nuts?
It would say it in your owner's manual.
I'm guessing ~54 84 ftlb. The important thing is they are all the same and do it in a star pattern.
54 ft-lbs! No way! (The only BMW's even close to that low are a minimum of 30 yrs. old...)
http://blog.bavauto.com/2400/bmw-wheel-lug-bolt-nut-tightening-torque/ (it sez 90 ft-lbs for Z4's)
Rich, that's the first thing that came up when I did a google search for "bmw z4m lug bolt torque"
I think 90 sounds good. I remember it was 75 ft lbs on my NSX.
Steven, the mannual was the first place I looked. The BMW mannual does provide much tech info!
I just don't want my installer to over Torgue the lugs when installing the the wheels.
FYI follow up: The number I have found on the net are 88 ft lbs to 88.5 ft lbs. A dealer said 88 ft lbs.
You're right. I meant 84.
120Nm +/- 10Nm. (88.5ft/lbs +/- 7.3ft/lbs)
I usually set mine to 85ft/lbs.
I set my studs to 85 ft-lbs, my lug nuts prior were at 90 ft-lbs
Those values I posted are directly out of the TIS.
Yep. 88 foot-patooties, plus or minus. I always go plus, setting my Tork-O-Matic lever to 90 (I have an amp that goes to eleven). Of course, I haven't had that wrench calibrated in twenty years...
I have speakers for that amp of yours!
That would be about the last time you could read the graduations between 80 and 90, right?
You so mean, Krieger!
The truth hurts, Carlson. That's what you get for not having a beer with me at O'Fest.
Yeah, where were you, anyway?!
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