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Old 04-03-14, 04:44 PM   #1
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Default Boxer 15 inch alloy wheel bolt torque

As per the title really. Can anyone tell me the correct torque figures for the wheel bolts on a 2014 Boxer with Peugeot alloy wheels?

The drivers handbook says nothing
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I have seen this before, but it does not specifically mention alloy wheels. In my experience, alloys usually have a higher torque setting than steel wheels, hence my question.
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Is it a Motorhome ??
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Yes it is a Motorhome, specifically a 3500Kg Auto-Sleeper Warwick Duo and it came with 15 inch Peugeot alloy wheels.

The Peugeot driver's handbook does not quote torque settings.
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these might be able to help you a little more.
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A phone call to the makers might be your best option

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I think that I will try Peugeot, all other routes will lead to opinions and I would like facts.

If I get an answer, I will post it here.
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I have had an answer, it reads:

"Thank you for your recent enquiry made via the Peugeot website.

We would recommend that you contact your local Peugeot dealership who will be able to help you with your enquiry. If you would like us to send you the details of your local dealership please reply to this e-mail with your full postcode"

Ludicrous. The manufacturer telling me to ask a dealer, presumably because they do not know?
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I still do not have an answer. Can other Forum members confirm that Peugeot UK are just a bunch of box shifters who know nothing at all about the products they sell?
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