Keeping your lug nuts properly tightened is important for many reasons. Loose lug nuts can cause cracked wheels, it can warp the lug holes in the rim causing wobbling and can cause uneven tire wear. You want to make sure you tighten your lug nuts with a torque wrench set to 50 to 60 foot pounds, in a criss-cross pattern. See image for proper sequence.
Tips and advice from the pros
Whether it’s cruising through the course on a golf retreat or a highly-hyped hunting trip—the perfect getaway isn’t perfect without the right ride. Bringing your golf cart with you on a trip gives you added mobility on a campsite or in town. If you don’t want to miss out on more memories, you need to know how to transport a golf cart.
A nice set of golf cart tires aren’t just for looks — different types can help you cover different terrains and open up lanes you never thought possible. When it’s time to change out the stock tires for something more adventurous, you need to know how to replace them properly.
If you’re looking into getting new wheels for your cart, it’s important to know how to measure the size, width, and offset to make sure your cart rides the way it’s supposed to. Today, we’re going over what measurements you’ll need, how to measure them, and the benefits of different wheel styles.