Originally Posted by Murphie
Wilford, that's good of you to share that with us. I am surprised how hard my wheels are torqued on my trailer. I'm just hoping there not over torqued. The new styled nuts they use caution about that very thing.
When I started reading my manual after getting new unit home, Jayco had even inserted a new update on how to tighten and torque the nuts on each type of wheel. Very, very specific with very specific torque values. I am going to jack the unit up and loosen nuts and redo the tightening on the new wheels as the dealer just impacted them on without any torque checking (totally wrong according to the instructions but even with good dealers "they always know best".
I may look at buying me a set of the torque attachments for my impact so I don't have to get the torque wrench out and fight it each time I need to work on the rig but for right now I am going to get that insert sheet out and follow it to the letter as I don't want problems on this set of wheels. I could have seen this being the problem if the 4 on the ground were all that were warped but the spare was one of the worst warped according to my local tire dealer, reason I am worried about a bad batch of wheels.