Hi all, Lately while driving, I felt like there was a slight vibration in the steering wheel, that I didn’t really remember feeling before. Since I only have about 5500 miles (so haven’t rotated tires yet), I decided I would check the lug nuts and just make sure they were fully torqued down. To my surprise, each wheel was WELL below factory spec. I know this because when I set the 129 value on my torque wrench, I unknowingly was looking at the N-m scale and not lb-ft. 129 N-m is about 95 lb-ft and yet when I initially tighten down the lug nuts, i would guess it traveled between 3/4 - 1in. below it clicked. Fortunately, for some reason I felt like re-checking the settings on the torque wrench, and that’s when I caught that I set it to 129 N-m! I was like “no way!” I went ahead and set it properly to 129 lb-ft, and the damn thing traveled another 1 to 1 1/2 in. before it clicked again. I took it for a quick spin around the neighborhood and didn’t notice the vibration, but it could just be my mind convincing me that was the issue. I’ll have a better idea tomorrow when I drive my normal commute. In any case just wanted to share with my fellow forum mates and would highly recommend you take a few minutes and check your lug nut torque, and if you don’t know how, ask a friend, or stop by a local tire shop and see if they’d check it for you.