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Torqueing the wheels would be a very good idea. You can do it by hand but, you dont know if they'r tight enough, or too tight. Also, it keeps the wheels pressure on the hub equal, helping to prevent the wheel from wobbling (wont feel it) and also keeps the rotor perfectly flat, preventing the rotor from warping. I always torque my wheels, I'd never use an air-impact gun or anything like that to put them back on, but to take them off it's fine.
2009 Altima coupe 2.5 6spd; my babe!
Amsoil synthetics, LED lights, illuminated kickplates, WC Lathewerks shift knob, Racing Line STS/TB kit/strut bar/RSB/ front & rear end links/ first 4th gen 2.5 with racing Line springs, first 4th gen to swap 7th gen maxima brakes (on 16" wheels).
-Plans for now/future:restored old school wheels in progress/ quad projector retrofit in progress.
Best 1/4 mile; firstname.lastname@example.orgMPH factory stock to the tires.
DD/work ride; 2000 Nissan Xterra 4WD V6 5spd
-Damn thing has a taste for blood and all my time, bringing him back to life= taking my money