So, I’m leaving tomorrow morning for a track day at Barber Motorsport Park in Alabama - about an 8 hour drive for me. Changed brake fluid today - complete flush. While putting the wheels back on (thinking I was about done), I realized the driver side rear wheel was wobbly. After pulling everything apart, I discovered the axle nut was loose. (I could turn it with a socket and just my hand on the socket.) After a bit of googling, it seems this is a common problem because a Ford decided not to use a cotter pin to prevent the nut backing off. I also searched for torque specs for the nut. All I found (on other forums) was people saying it should be 98 lb ft. But, checking the passenger side, it seemed to have well over 200 lb ft. Setting my torque wrench to 240 lb ft, it clicked quickly without moving the nut. (Btw, my car is a 2017 gt performance package, with 13k miles and about 12 or so 20 min track sessions.) What is the correct torque for the rear axle nuts on the s550 mustang gt with pp?