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Hi. The HHP/Bogart drag-lite wheels come with a set of bolts and washers. The wheels have a conical shape bottom/socket and the nuts are conical as well. Should the washer (that is flat) be stucked between the wheel and nut or it's made for other types of wheels ?

Also, what torque should the bolts be set to with that washer in between ? That washer will get crushed at 100ft-lbs so I guess it's less like 75ft-lbs.

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Y. I'll call for sure and post for everyone if there's no answer after a few. I'm in no rush though. There's snow, salt and rocks all over the road for many months...
 

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Hi. The HHP/Bogart drag-lite wheels come with a set of bolts and washers. The wheels have a conical shape bottom/socket and the nuts are conical as well. Should the washer (that is flat) be stucked between the wheel and nut or it's made for other types of wheels ?

Also, what torque should the bolts be set to with that washer in between ? That washer will get crushed at 100ft-lbs so I guess it's less like 75ft-lbs.

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I didn't use washers on mine!
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get rid of them washers. I torque mine to 110
 
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