Took my truck in for BJ TSB and looked as if they did not take off my tires cause i keep them shinny with A/A and tires looked untouched? Looked under truck and saw new BJ's on both sides and said well i guess they were just careful to not make a mess. Yes i am picky when it comes to maintenance but 32 years turning wrenches has caused this and i decided to check Alloy rims to se if they overtorqued wheels and both front wheels did not move a bit with 150 Ft Lbs of torque applied to them?? Me doing my 5K wheel rotations i use a new sears torque wrench never DROPPED!! and i torque them to 83 Ft Lbs per manual. This rotation just happened about 200 miles back also!! As i said i have the 17" Alloy upgrade rims and i was just using the same torque spec 83 Ft Lbs and when i found that they were torqued OFF the scale of my 150 Ft Lb torque wrench i now know why front brakes do not last very long on Toyotas!! Anyone knkow if i should be using a higher torque setting for OEM Alloy rims or should it still be 83 Ft Lbs. I know the newer 07 's have changed their settings but my manual says 83 Ft Lbs. I did not talk to dealer cause they have no time to baby sit Tech's and seems a air gun at highest air/gun setting was used to crank then babys down to German Torque settings? do they have air guns that will torque past 150 Ft Lbs these days? I was taught to allways use air gun for removal but never when a torque value was involved during installation!! USAF brain wash!!hehe!!