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Old 09-09-2011, 02:38 PM   #11
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I had a X19H until this spring when we traded for our current trailer. Mine came with the socket for the lug nuts. I can't remember the exact size, but I know it was a thin walled socket(to fit in the tight clearance between the nut and rim). I had to provide my own breaker bar and reducer because the socket was 3/8 drive when it should have been a 1/2 inch drive for the torque they recommend. If the dealer won't provide then I would suggest a 1/2 inch drive thin walled deep socket, in the right size of course. Should be able to pick one up for 5-10 dollars at a hardware store. Don't forget a hydralic bottle jack of at least 3 ton capacity.
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BlueBrick, what kind of torque do they recommend?
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Old 09-10-2011, 08:02 AM   #13
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I can't remember exactly, as the owners manual was very vague on that. It listed the torques for 14" aluminum wheels and 13" steel wheels but not 13" aluminum wheels, which is what's on the X19H. I think I split the difference and came up with around 90-95ft-lbs of torque. Check your manual for the exact torque values or call the dealer up and let them get the right numbers for you. 90-95 ft-lb seems too high for a 13" wheel to me. I think it should be around 70-80 ft-lbs at the most, but I didn't manufacture the axle, so stick with the manual.
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Thx!
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