Originally Posted by Vic311
Its not mileage..its the removal and re-torque process..why take a chance for some bolts..these are your brakes
first, these bolts are not attached to the brakes. these hold the wheel bearing assembly in the knuckle. removal and re-torque only requires a new bolt if you are stretching the bolt. you are confused only because you do not do a lot of heavy auto work.
I built this. IFS torched off. front axle out of a 1975 4x4 suburban on custom leaf springs. rear axle converted to a full floater with solid axle toyota 4x4 hubs. customized rear disk setup from a supra. custom crossover steering linkage. dual transfer cases. 4.88 gears and ARB lockers. it is sitting on 38.5x14.5-15 TSL SX tires for size reference. i can make my way around bolt removal and installation.