Sorry to bother you folks, but bought a showroom new set of SRT wheels and tires (Pirelli Scorpion Verde) for a 2012 Overland V8 (hope they fit
), and SRT manual doesn't have wheel torque value because tires are runflats. It also doesn't say anything about tire pressures. I need an owner with the all-season Scorpion Verdes to look at this door label please. And as far as wheel lugnut torque, maybe a service manual? Local dealership wasn't any help, hence relying on this fine forum.
As a reference, the Overland calls for 110 ft/lbs of torque for the wheel nuts, which is the highest I've seen on aluminum wheels. Since the SRT wheels are forged (stronger), it might be the same, but rather be safe and ask. Tire pressure is 36 all around, so it should be close. Maybe 35, due to the lower profile? Thanks a million in advance for your help folks.
And I'd have an SRT in the garage now, but dealership owner decided to keep that truck after waiting months for it, so ended up in an Overland 5.7L (obviously bought at a different dealership
). Thanks gang.