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Old March 12th, 2010, 02:51 PM
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Anyone can tell me what's the dimension of the nuts that secure the front diff? Is it M16 X 1?
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I think they are UNF threads, 7/16" or 9/16" probably the former.
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Anyone can tell me what's the dimension of the nuts that secure the front diff? Is it M16 X 1?
They are 3/8-24, same as the propshaft nuts
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Yep thinking about it they are exactly the same as the propshaft, any slightly dodge nuts - slightly rounded, I swap onto the diff from the prop because they are easier to get a socket on.
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Thanks lads!

On my way to buy some!!!
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