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Lug nut size

Discussion in 'Tires & Wheels' started by taknitezX2, December 24, 2004.

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      Just put on my black rockcrawlers, but still using the stock lugs. What size nuts do i need. its a 01 ex, need to get some black nuts, and centercaps. anyone got some or know where to get em from?
       
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      i was lookin at summitracing.com but dont know what size i need :confused:
       
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      if i remeber correctly, it is the 1/2-20 thread and all that, but be careful about lug nut length, cause the previous owner used the short tapered seat acorns and its F'd up the rim and studs, so make sure you get the truck ones, like if you goto Advance Auto Parts/Discount Auto Parts, its lug B, number 7, so 7B, and i think autozone or pepboys also carries those lugnuts
       
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      The pepboys around me has a small plate with different size studs on it with the size under each one, basically you take off one of the lugnuts and find which stud it threads onto.
       
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      You can pick up a thread gauge tool at just about any auto parts store or store that sells tools. It looks like a feeler gauge. It will tell you the thread size of any bolt or nut, and its only a couple a couple of bucks (under $5). I have one for metric and one for standard in my toolbox, nice to have.
       

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