:lol: So, as the title says, How tight should the nuts be on the wheel hubs of my '01 4.6 HSE Range Rover? I've been trying to identify that howl coming from my front diff, (For those of you who aren't up to date on my problem, my '01 4.6 HSE Range Rover howls at 52 - 75 MPH, it's a high pitch vibration coming out of the front diff, and I can feel it in the steering wheel and it goes "Whoooooooo" --Very annoying.) and was trying to take the wheel hub nut off, to pull the axle out, and so far I've snapped the head off of my 1/2" Drive Torque wrench and when I use my regular 1/2" drive with a 3 foot pipe, (to convince it that I will eventually win) I still can't move it at all. Any suggestions?? Will I burn up any seals if I use a Torch on it? I've never seen a wheel nut put on so tight! - even on big rigs. Seems to me if that bolt is too tight, that could make my wheel bearings howl. :think: I've got it in the garage, up on 4 jack stands, with the tires about an inch and a half off the ground, and I ran it up to 75 MPH and got absolutely NO NOISE!!, none, nadda, zilch, not a peep, ran perfectly quiet and normal. :x I'm open to any suggestions.