I would follow the Bronco recommended torque for only the spare as it's very similiar lug bolt mounting design. I haven't found any torque spec for the spare, what's recommended for the Bronco?I have read on this form that the recommended lug nut torque is 150 LB Ft.
I have looked but can't seem to find the recommended spare tire lug nut torque for the Braptor.
I did find recommendations for the Bronco.
Here's the recommendation from the Owners Manual (online). My dumb question is whether the spare already has a TPMS sensor installed? The manual mentions resetting the system but no instructions on how to accomplish this. I suspect it's a full system reset (which resets all personal settings) but hoping it's not that broad.
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Correct, tpms in all 5 tires. I swapped my original spare with one of the other 4 after having roadforce balance checked and found the spare to be perfect. Once I drove a few miles it auto learned. Maybe someday the system will also read the spare tpms.The spare had a TPMS installed on mine. Also connects automatically once the spare is swapped in.
You probably posted this on a separate thread and I apologize if you have, but what lugs did you swap out with?I just had a rearward cross rotation completed yesterday, with locking lugs and all black Lugs swapped out . The TPMS picked up immediately and I can read the four-tire pressure in the app. I was instructed to return at 50, and 150 Miles. To have the 150 LB-FT checked.
I did bring documentation for the reward cross swap, 150 LB-FT torque and the spare LB-Torque.
I used McGard, but some others are using Gorilla. I had to have 27 Lugs nuts including the lockers. Here is what I ordered. I also ordered a 22MM Lug socket and a heavy-duty extension lug tool. Do take note the lugs nuts are sized for the F150 axle, not the standard Bronco. Also, the locking lug nuts come with caps.