Torque Conversion Table and Footnotes on Special Considerations

Nm = lb ft Nm = lb ft Nm = lb ft
45 33 95 70 160 118
50 37 100 74 170 125
55 41 105 77 175 129
60 44 110 81 180 133
65 48 115 85 195 144
70 52 120 89 200 148
75 55 125 92 295 218
80 59 130 96 320 236
85 63 140 103
90 66 155 114

Footnotes on Special Factors (as indicated in car models pages)

{1} Alloy wheels 100 Nm.
{2} Alloy wheels 170 Nm.
{3} Alloy wheels 80 Nm.
{4} Alloy wheels 131 Nm.
{5} Six stud wheels 170 Nm.
{6} Long wheel base 175 Nm.
{7} Alloy wheels 110 Nm.
{8} Twin wheels 190 Nm.
{9} Alloy wheels 118 Nm.
(10} Alloy wheels 125 Nm.
{11} Alloy wheels 86 Nm.
{12} Alloy wheels 120 Nm.
{13} Alloy wheels 95 Nm.
{14} Alloy wheels 90 Nm.
{15} Four stud wheels 80 Nm.
{16} Twin wheel 238 Nm.
{17} Alloy wheels… before 1985 49 Nm.
{17} Alloy wheels… after 1985 57 Nm.
{18} Alloy wheels 50 Nm.
{19} Alloy wheels 78 Nm.
{20} 1999 onwards 115 Nm.
{21} 1988–bolts 115 Nm.
{22} 1993–bolts 110 Nm.
“{23} 16″” Alloy wheels” 133 Nm.
{24} Alloy wheels 98 Nm.
{25} Tighten in 2 stages
{25-1} = 180 Nm.
{25-2} = 200 Nm.

Retighten after 30 miles

TYRE PRESSURES

Incorrect pressure maintenance, particularly under-inflation, may result in tyre damage. Pressures should be checked regularly at least once a week and always before long distance journeys.

Pressures should always be checked when tyres are cold. A pressure increase of 3 to 6 psi (0.2 to 0.4 bar) can result after extensive driving when the tyres become heated-up. Do not reduce pressures in these conditions.

All pressures shown are for vehicles under normal load conditions and running at normal speeds. For laden conditions and fast motorway driving the pressures should be increased. Consult the vehicle handbook for details.