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Old March 11th, 2008, 09:11 AM   #1
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Default d-30 nut size??

what size is the axle nut on a d-30 out of a 92 yj......i just sawped out my knuckles last week at forgot what size the socket was that i used (not mine obviously) i want to but one to have for future use....

also what size bolts are the unit bearing bolts....i know they are 12 point but i cold have swore i used a 1/2 in 12 point and when i did a search on here the only thing i could find was 13mm
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unit bearing are a 12pt, 13mm.
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1/2" is pretty close to 13mm so it might of worked, x3 36mm
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thanks on the 36mm guys....and it looks like im gonna have to buy some metric tools then......all i own are standard......well all except for my metric cresant wrench
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You can buy that 36mm socket alone, there isn't much else that requires other sockets that big, and therefore no need for a whole bigass metric socket set.
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i know the ball joints are funky sizes too the bottom is like a 25 and the top is like an 18
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Don't use 1/2" 12-point sockets on e-torx unit bearing bolts. You got lucky.
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Don't use 1/2" 12-point sockets on e-torx unit bearing bolts. You got lucky.
x2, I'm amazed.
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