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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-04-2009, 08:39 PM Thread Starter
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97 3.8 front hub

I need to know the size of the nut that holds it in so I can make sure i have the size before I even start the job. thanks!
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97 3.8 front hub

I need to know the size of the nut that holds it in so I can make sure i have the size before I even start the job. thanks!
35mm; I bought one from mcmaster-carr, I think...

EDIT: OOPS, missed the 6... It is 36mm. Sorry.

This is what I bought...

http://www.mcmaster.com/#7205a62/=1qz241

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Mine is 36mm. Works both front & back.

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36mm here.

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36mm. I just did mine. AHAH the passenger side wheel had about an inch and a half of play in it. It was bad. Impact Wrench makes easy work on getting them off and Get ready. you need a BIG torque wrench to get them back on. I even blue locktited them to make sure they stayed on. The last thing I need is for one of them to come off while driving :/ I also bought new nuts to put on there as well. Pretty expensive from Ford LOL.

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