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If you have an inch-lb torque wrench you can keep tightening the nut down in small torque increments and then keep checking with the inch-lb wrench until you get to the proper rotation force torque spec . The problem is the manual states that you are supposed to record that spec prior to removing the nut, and then add 5 inch-lbs when you put it back. Also, maybe there is some drag from wheels, tires, brakes, CVs that changes things.

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