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Old 06-24-2011, 07:33 PM
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Lug Wrench Size?

Does anyone here know offhand what the lug nut size is for a '96 250 with factory Alcoa's? I'm thinking 7/8 or 15/16? Just wanted to make sure as I'm hunting for a deep impact socket. Going to Harbor Freight tomorrow & want to get the correct one. (I'm remote from the truck right now so I can't just eyeball it) Thanks for any help!
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....anyone?
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...it's 7/8 for anyone who needs to know....
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I was going to say, some are 7/8, others are 1 1/16.
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