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Old 09-10-2011, 09:50 AM   #1
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Does anyone know the lugnut size (17mm?) and the torque rating for tightening the lugnuts? In case I need to remove the wheels and put them back later...I want to know. Couldn't find it in the manual. Thanks!
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Does anyone know the lugnut size (17mm?) and the torque rating for tightening the lugnuts? In case I need to remove the wheels and put them back later...I want to know. Couldn't find it in the manual. Thanks!
17mm hex (6pt) for the lugs, torque it 90-95ftlbs should be good. not sure of the exact #
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Okay just like my S4. Thanks.
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Torque for the Q5 is 105ft-lbs not 90.

http://www.audiworld.com/tech/wheel64.shtml
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Nice write up Reggie. We need more of those for the Q5 since there is no Bentley or service manuals.
Any idea where I can get the jack pad for Audi pinch weld?
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Great write up Reggie!
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Nice write up Reggie. We need more of those for the Q5 since there is no Bentley or service manuals.
Any idea where I can get the jack pad for Audi pinch weld?
I was surprised that Audi went back to the pinch weld as they did away with them on the RS4.

Pure MotorSport has them.If any of our sponsors have them they should speak up:



http://www.purems.com/Products/PROTE...-Lift-Jack-Pad
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Thanks Reggie. I actually have the black version of those. They work but do "compress/squish" down a bit. Would prefer something a bit harder.
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