5000 miles? I'll let you know in 6 months...
Yup with 2 kids and my wife being a realtor she drives a lot.5000 miles? I'll let you know in 6 months...
I would say our driving is 60/40 most interstate and highways.Curious if it is predominantly city driving? Hot rotors with the brakes applied makes for a bad combination.
She must love the cargo space for her signs.Yup with 2 kids and my wife being a realtor she drives a lot.
I wish I could say yes but she pays someone for that. ?She must love the cargo space for her signs.
She has a runner. That works!I wish I could say yes but she pays someone for that. ?
Are you saying to re-torque them after I get home after having the tires rotated? If they've bent the rotors by torquing them improperly, wouldn't the damage already be done?Make sure your lug nuts are properly torqued every time you rotate wheels. Dealerships and tire shops never get it correct. Uneven torqued lug nuts is the main cause of warped rotors. I used to have this problem on every vehicle I owned before learning this and no longer do. Rotate, torque, drive around the block, recheck.
Have no idea who/what/where would be using impact tools for aluminum wheels, even Costco checks it using manual torque wrench. We rotate all tires as DIY every other oil change.Nipper Dog said:.. the rotors being bent or warped when the tech tightens the lug nuts with an impact gun. ..
They’re pretty accurate however overtime they can start to lose their accuracy because the metal can only twist so much for so long before it’s out of spec. It’s good habit for shops to check their accuracy periodically compared with a torque wrench, and replace them if necessary. Do shops do this?? I highly doubt it lol.True, but I've always wondered how accurate they are.