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Old 07-28-2013, 06:55 PM   #1
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So yall know I haven't had my car for almost a month now because of the defective transmission but I went ahead and bought my rims with my tires for my mustang

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The question I have is that I already got them balance so do I need to go back to the tire shop to put them on or can i just put them on myself

The two front rims I got a month ago and the back rim I got last Saturday
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No you don't have to go back and get them on. If they are already balanced. But you will need to get your TPMS sensors programmed to the car if you got them.
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But they already have to tpms I bought them off the American Muscle I was told you can do that by yourself
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But they already have to tpms I bought them off the American Muscle I was told you can do that by yourself
My bad. Yes you can then. Since you got the sensors and that lil programmer. It's super easy!!!
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Yay I thought I had to pay to get them install
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Old 07-29-2013, 09:06 AM   #6
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I hope you do have a torque wrench

When you put them on you will need to torque the wheels to 100FT Pds. Go to Lowes and get a Torque wrench if you don't already have one. The one I bought at Lowes was dead on perfect when I had it calibrated at the speedway during an event.

I always put a little anti-seize on the studs when installing my wheels.

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When you put them on you will need to torque the wheels to 100FT Pds. Go to Lowes and get a Torque wrench if you don't already have one. The one I bought at Lowes was dead on perfect when I had it calibrated at the speedway during an event.

I always put a little anti-seize on the studs when installing my wheels.

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Great point to mention the anti-sieze on the threads. I've broke many lug wrenches in the past trying to remove lug bolts that some tire gorrila tightened down without the proper torque.
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