I recently ordered some new rims and tires through the local tire shop. Because the tire shops almost never use a torque wrench on lug nuts, I am going to bring my new wheels home and install them myself properly. This brings me to the question:
Does changing wheels and lug nuts changes the torque specification? Or is the torque more a property of the lug bolt, which will not be changed in this case? As shown in the picture above, the Honda spec is
The wheels are Motegi Racing MR116s and I can't find any information online on what the torque specification is. Do alloy wheels all have the same torque?
I watched a bunch of videos but haven't found any that explain these two crucial points. So I am turning to you guys.
Please educate me! Thanks.
Honda Civic 2006 LX 4 Door 1.8L