I give mine some copper grease and do them tight with a ratchet and then give them 30-40 degrees with a 2' bar or until they are tight, don't go crazy like standing and jumping on the bar. 183Nm? is sod all really with a bar. Just do them all equally and keep an eye on the nuts for a couple of weeks or so. I hate air wrenched six stud nuts, they always break the breaker bar when trying to get the off a couple of years later.
They will drive on three wheels though I've been told so I wouldn't worry too much...
The farmer down the road had both his twin wheels on one side come off down the A road 7 miles away loaded with hops. I keep finding wheel nuts up the road.. Anyway he was OK and it drove so good on three (four) wheels down the straight he didn't notice and had to backtrack for 250 odd yards to find the wheels in the hedge.
I think its just another MK5 rugged design trait.
This van is biodegradable and will disintegrate in time.
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