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Old 10-17-2013, 03:30 PM
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Lug nut socket size?

I am getting covers for the lug nuts on the truck in my sig but need to know what size to buy. BTW, it is a SRW, not a dually.

I NEED THE OUTSIDE NUT SIZE! NOT THE THREAD SIZE

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Stock lug nuts on stock steal wheels which it looks like you have in this pic are 1-1/16".
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But lugs very, I've seen 9/16 thread lugs as small as 3/4 wrench size. My deep lugs for my aluminum wheels are 15/16"
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I am getting covers for the lug nuts on the truck in my sig but need to know what size to buy. BTW, it is a SRW, not a dually.

I NEED THE OUTSIDE NUT SIZE! NOT THE THREAD SIZE

Thanks in advance for the help. This forum has always been very informative.
Get a wrench and see what size they are.

Could be anything from 3/4 to 1-1/16"
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Mine are 7/8" on my 92. 22mm will also fit.
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