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Old 09-22-2004, 12:55 PM
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2004 Superduty F350 Lug Nut Thread Size?

Can anyone tell me the thread size for my 2004 F350?

Is it 14mm X 1.50 or 14mm X 2.00?
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The 14mmX1.5 is the correct size. The other is '99-'02('03).
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